[Linux-aus] Photos at conferences
chrisjrn at gmail.com
Wed Jan 22 20:08:37 EST 2014
I had considered posting a longer response to Peter's message, but I
feel that anything more would be sticking my foot in my mouth any more
than I had. I include an original message sent to Peter below,
I repeat my sincerest apologies to Peter for replying directly to him,
and for inappropriately using his words against him in that context. I
also apologise for over-reach in attempting to shut down the thread.
I'm sorry, and I've learned from this.
Finally, I repeat my offer of working with any member on this list in
tabling any recommendations on a photography policy for conferences.
This was offered without malice: I offer it sincerely, I did not
intend for it to be construed as further attempts to silence the list.
On 22 January 2014 16:47, Chris Neugebauer <chrisjrn at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 22 January 2014 16:25, Peter Lawler <linux-aus at bleeter.id.au> wrote:
>> I'm not sure how an unlikely event is can be known to be impossible. But I
>> bet there's some crazy maths out there where one can prove said unlikely
>> event has already transpired and won't ever happen again.
>> It certainly sounds as if you feel you've got enough out of the thread to at
>> least bang together a proposal. In which case I fail to see how your two
>> 'stfu' posts, the 'me too' replies and your justification of your two 'stfu'
>> posts are not precisely the thing you're complaining about.
>> That one of those 'stfu' was a reply to a post that afacit was the first to
>> mention the key legal phrase 'duty of care' (albeit 'implied', but it was
>> still bolded) makes your glib suggestion that everything had already been
>> said in the thread somewhat dubious.
> Sincerest apologies firstly for replying directly to you in the second
> of my 'stfu's. It was in no way directed at you directly. It was a bad
> message to directly reply to, and I should have considered context
> I'll also admit that I over-reached a bit. For that I apologise. I
> hope I've learned from it.
> In the interests of transparency, I'll be posting that to the list
> later on, once I've formulated a response to the rest of that post --
> I think there's an important point to be made here. But I figure it's
> important I get the apology to you sooner rather than later.
> --Christopher Neugebauer
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