SPARC Networking Failure (Was Re: [TriLUG] Debian Bigots (was
Tom 'spot' Callaway
29 Jul 2002 09:57:17 -0400
Since I don't check my email much over the weekends anymore, I didn't
see this lovely little entry until I got back.
On Fri, 2002-07-26 at 19:30, John F Davis wrote:
> Ok. You say pretty much what I say.
> Mandrake sparc is old. Debian stable which is old as the hills is more
> current. However, if you run debian sparc, most likely you run unstable.
> Its the most current distro out there.
> I'm glad to see Red Hat is using a kid from its sales department for
> development. I'll eat my hat if you personally turn Sparc around at
> RedHat. Your comments are just as pompus as tAnner's comment where he
> calls me a bigot.
I mean this in the nicest way possible, but you sir, are inconsiderately
rude. It is one thing to insult my place of employment, and entirely
another to insult me personally. Quite frankly, I'd hope your employer
is ashamed that you chose to flame me from your corporate email account.
Your statements (and misspellings) merely reveal your ignorance.
To the other TriLUG readers, I am sorry that you've had to deal with
Tom "spot" Callaway <email@example.com> Red Hat Sales Engineer
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