[Interest] Netiquette [was: Feature Request - QtCreator - Multiple right margins]
jhihn at gmx.com
Mon Feb 11 15:07:06 CET 2019
The truth is I often enjoy the hyperbole. In my book it's better to have a thick skin rather than to go around being offended by everyone and asking for them to comply with a fragile nature. However this most recent post put down the Qt mobile community of which I am a significant member having been using Qt in mobile for about the past 5 years. I have argued repeatedly for more attention in the Mobile platforms (except WinRT) and the message was directly contrary to that aim. I pointed out (off list) ironically what should happen is port the application to mobile and just let Samsung make and revise the hardware faster than he ever could. Didn't draw any ire but it didn't go anywhere either. I'm starting to wonder if the hyperbole isn't for comedic effect.
My plan of action is that I'm just going to ignore this person's snarky posts which comes with the price that I might have the answer to their issue and I won't contribute it.
I on occasion post something snarky because I am frustrated with the problem I'm having. I wouldn't want to be banned over it. There is a social capital here, add I try to have a positive balance. And I think it's reasonable that when you fall below zero, you stop getting replies. I would not bring in the CoC just yet.
> Sent: Friday, February 08, 2019 at 8:18 PM
> From: "Konstantin Shegunov" <kshegunov at gmail.com>
> To: mail at herrdiel.de
> Cc: "Interests Qt" <interest at qt-project.org>
> Subject: Re: [Interest] Netiquette [was: Feature Request - QtCreator - Multiple right margins]
> > [...]
> > I do appreciate the open discussion style on this list. I even do
> > appreciate a somewhat harsh style, if it has a factual base and is
> > getting straight to the point instead of b*s*ing around. But those
> > lengthy wallpapers our President of Logikal solutions commonly utters,
> > have long since crossed the border from amusing to annoying.
> I, myself, still perceive them more as amusingly misguided, than really
> angering (annoying at times, yes). This is just me, though, I have
> experience with that kind of thing. However, I can very well imagine how
> you, and most certainly others, are finding them taxing; not surprising at
> Plus, as I rule, I tend to discard anything that references fortran or
> cobol as examples of anything ... ;)
> Interest mailing list
> Interest at qt-project.org
More information about the Interest