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From "Remy Maucherat" <>
Subject Re: MinTC, "terrible rudeness", persistence
Date Sat, 20 Apr 2002 10:03:36 GMT
> Remy Maucherat <> wrote:
> >> The only problem I see, is NOT discussing MinTC issues on tomcat-dev -
> I wholeheartedly agree with this. MinTC issues are not discussed around
> here, while I would love to follow its development (darn, not enough
> Actually, I do care _more_ about MinTC than even Tomcat itself, as the
> features" of 4.0 (and are really something I could care less.
> On this same thread, I don't see many issues related to Tomcat itself
> discussed on this list (sometimes I do post about some, but it _really_
> looks like that my posts are redirected to /dev/null - for instance, see
> post about extension-case matching on MacOS/X... NOONE replied, not even
> cared to ask "Since you run OS/X everywhere, can you find a fix" or some
> things like that.

Pier, I'm a bit annoyed by your "I don't care about anything" attitude these
days. I'm not running TC on OS X, nor is anybody else on this list. Since
you're one of the happy few who are, if you have a problem, you should
submit a patch (or apply it yourself, you have commit access), because the
rest of us can't reproduce/test this particular issue.

Now, maybe I'm alone thinking this, but I would be happy if you omitted
stuff like "F**K", "S**T" or anything related from the emails you post on
this list.
Of course, I'm not the police, and I am not impersonating anyone by saying
this, but as I felt about the MinTC posts, I'm just stating my personal

> I strongly disagree with you, Remy, especially for the tone you used in
> private email to Chris. I might be a f***ed up flamethrower, but I try to
> politically correct. Before going out "impersonating" the Tomcat-DEV
> community, I would have preferred you asked (at least) some of your mates
> over there at Sun (like Craig, who's also an ASF member).

Ad posting is a very well established rule in the open-source world, so I
don't see anything wrong in my email (plus, no swearing or anything in it

Anyway, at least, I'm happy that this gets cleared up.


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