On Thu, May 09, 2002 at 10:49:28PM +0200, email@example.com wrote:
> On Thu, May 09, 2002 at 10:08:19PM +0200, Tomas Szepe wrote:
> > > I did quite a bit of this work for CML2 - bus dependencies can be
> > > found in the CML2 sources.
> > Btw, what happened to CML2?
> > I haven't seen any updates since about February and haven't almost
> > certainly stumbled upon a post from ESR for quite long either.
> Eric was blasted away from the linux-kernel mailing list.
> I understand that people tend to disagree about some subject every
> once in a while. But he certainly didn't deserve the treatment he got.
> Specially considering the enormous amount of work he put in it.
Perhaps that will be a lesson to the self-styled "Hacker of social systems"
that there is a reason he has two ears and only one mouth.
As a low-evel hacker he needed to elicit support from others to get his work
recognised and included. He was unwilling to listen to advice and criticism
from those who know a lot better than him, and his work was not of such obvious
brilliance that people were prepared to accept it without change.
He was not prepared to make the changes folks wanted, so he took his ball and
went away in a strop.
> And I miss his signatures and the discussions about Aunt Tillie and stuff. :-)
I certainly don't miss his signatures. I considered a lot of them to be
offensively off-topic and needlessly provocative.
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