[aur-general] Should TUs tolarate inapropiate behavior in the AUR?
William Di Luigi
williamdiluigi at gmail.com
Sat Feb 13 21:24:43 UTC 2016
On Sat, Feb 13, 2016 at 10:12 PM, P. A. López-Valencia
<vorbote at outlook.com> wrote:
>>> WE, Dave Blair and I, BOTH SAID THE HARASSMENT WAS DONE *PRIVATELY*, yet
>>> you are asking for public proof?
I didn't ask for proof. I just stated the facts. The facts, again, are
that you can't make accusations without proof. Whether you will
provide such proof or not it's not my concern, you shouldn't feel that
we're asking for proof (I sure am not).
> What you say is true Connor and your comment is *very constructive*. I
> simply deleted the emails at the time , because I do not like gloating
> on bad blood therefore I can't provide that evidence anymore; but be
> assured it built up for at least 6 months before I finally threw the
> towel in disgust. I had to play whack-a-mole with the guy blocking
> accounts from where he would send me personal insults and attacks.
Those are exactly the kind of things that a code of conduct should
help avoid (it doesn't matter whether they really happened), that's
why I'm in favor of establishing one.
I hope it's clear that I'm *not* saying those things didn't happen: I
just said we have no proof of it.
> have attempted to derail the conversation in an attempt to play the
> "girl, you asked to be raped" first
Huh? Please be specific.
> and then the "you casnt speaks the
> Engrish" second
Huh? I don't speak good english myself, why would I ever do that.
> throws a dark light on whatever your real intentions
> are; no matter how you dress them.
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