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Re: Case insensitivity in svn?

From: Marc Haisenko <haisenko_at_webport.de>
Date: 2005-07-01 17:19:50 CEST

On Friday 01 July 2005 16:18, kfogel@collab.net wrote:
> Whoa, whoa -- hold up there. Meta-discussion time.
> This has always been a friendly list, let's keep it that way, by
> staying away from ad hominem attacks. The last poster's comments were
> neither "mindless" nor "useless". They were an opinion about what is
> proper functionality in a version control system. You may disagree
> with that opinion, but please don't accuse him of trolling. The
> reason his post was not useless was that he suggested that the user
> look elsewhere than SVN for solutions to his problem -- possibly that
> is a helpful hint, possibly not, in any case it is certainly not
> trolling.

Yes, you're right, I'm sorry.

> The rest of your response was excellent technical advice. It's great
> that you can offer that, but don't stomp on others just because they
> give different sorts of advice. We need people to feel they have
> space to speak freely here.

Well, in my book PEBKAC is equivalent with ID-10-T User Error and other
"geeky" insults which is why I reacted that way... I found the post to be
quite rude, even though it seems that this wasn't Ryans intention. Sorry for

> Thank you,
> -Karl


Marc Haisenko
Webport IT-Services GmbH
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