Tone of discussion (Re: what makes a good president and chairperson?)
Bernhard E. Reiter
bernhard at fsfe.org
Tue Sep 4 11:52:57 UTC 2018
> I clearly quoted to Matthias's email, was that hard to understand this.
because of the HTML format of the email you were citing,
I wasn't sure if you really meant to support what you have cited or meant
the included citation of the email that redated it.
> I don't think l have posted anything disrespectful here, ever in this ml.
> So be nice and respect my feedback/opinion and stop with your lecturings
> plus insinuations pls.
At least the above statement is something that I could read as disrespectful,
as I merely wanted to understand what you mean. The second part of my email
was to repond to what you have only cited and originated from
matthias.hager at zoho.eu.
> Stop talking on behalf of Matthias Kirchner and let him exercise his own
> defence. I don't think I called you into this, don't remember mentioning
> your name.
Please respect that I can speak out for whomever I'd like, whenever I like.
This is our mailinglist, so it's partly mine and I blieve I can speak out,
just like anybody to defend a civil tone here. The statements you've cited
are not civil in my opinion.
> Not accusations but issues.
Up to now I believe I have responded to all questions, to some questions more
then once. This a least clarifies the position where I stand. And it saves
others to to explain some of the things which have been explained before.
I don't think it necessarily takes FSFE's anchor person to respond to each
question, especially when it was already explained sufficiently (for most) by
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