thanks alot

thanks alot

If I get my hands on which ever tosser moved me into that list with a different sent from address there’s going to be bloodshed.

I’ve just had my first babay son, I’m working from home for the next two weeks, I’m knackered, I’ve been awake for two and half days, and now I have to tick every single poxy delete box as my only email access to our ridiculous MS centric network is via Outlook Web Access.

I think they’ve stopped coming now, they better have anyway

I think it's time the two of you found a new community. This attitude is most definitely not welcome in the Rails community. Try a PHP list or something.

-Scott

Seriously. What is going on with everyone here? I have always found this community to be constructive and forward-thinking… and now? All I see is people griping about a simple email inconvenience.

It is not a big deal, guys. Definately not enough to warrant ‘bloodshed’ and all of the crudeness that is being expressed as of late. Fix your client filters. Done.

Let’s get back to coding and to solving real problems.

Regards,

Michael Gorsuch
http://www.styledbits.com
http://www.areyouhiring.com

http://www.grabthemic.org

Seriously. What is going on with everyone here? I have always found this
community to be constructive and forward-thinking... and now? All I see is
people griping about a simple email inconvenience.

Don't let a few rotten apples appear to spoil the bunch.

As I've been discussing the recent events with various people, we all
found the contrast to offline interactions with Rails users startling.
RailsConf, the workshops, and all the regional events are always filled
with passionate people who might disagree strongly, but always show
courtesy and respect to their fellow programmers.

These are extreme outbursts are an online phenomenon committed by a
tiny sliver of people. You now know who they are and can do your best
to avoid personal interactions with them.

+1 Well said. More power to you, David.