Who is the idiot who migrated everyone to this list?
David 1, pissed man nobody knows 0.
I don't even know where this shit came from!!
It comes from you signing up for the Rails mailing list that was then
migrated to Google Groups.
David 2 (and showing us he has a brain), pissed man 0 (and no brain)
It's certainly not any migrating mailing list -- I'm still receiving email from
that list and quite frankly if they are moving to googlegroups then I'm out. I
have no desire for Google to do any more HARVESTING of my life then they do already
David 3 (and showing his sense of humour), pissed man 0.
This is insane and stupid.
David 4 (and showing his capability of acting) pissed man 0.
This is the actions of a marketing fuck-head and not someone with half a wit in
their heads. If it isn't some marketing dweeb then you should consider a career
Dang, you're right. I'll drop out of all this Rails stuff right away.
I'm glad you made me aware of my inadequacies.
David 5 (getting ironic easily), pissed man 0.
I'm really fucking pissed.
You might consider anger management, then. If you can get "really
fucking pissed" over something this trivial, I'm not sure its healthy
to operate in this world without counseling.
David 6 (that's what we call psychology), pissed man 0.
Have a good Sunday.
David 7, and reminding us we should have a minimum of courtesy rules. pissed man 0.
After this goal-to-goal analysis, shouldn't we just accept the changes? If it's in Google, Microsoft.com, Ruby on Rails, etc., there's no matter.
Please understand the points of view of the core developers, they just have lots of things to do. Remember that Rails is an open source project, and they do enough with trying to keep the safest way to do things and improve stuff with it. If you have Windows, you can easily complain with a 1-800 number in Miami (only if you bought it), but not here.
I am also working in open source development projects (still not involved into Rails, btw). If you used Slackware, PostgreSQL or ADOdb in PHP (adodb.sourceforge.net), you were using products that in the present are being extensively tested by me, so I think I represent the feelings of most of the open source developers.