Michael Stone writes ("Re: Code of Conduct complaint about Linus's comments at DC14"):
> Well, in this case it seems to have worked as desired (aside from all
> the sound and fury):
Indeed. Furthermore, if I had understood that a decision had actually
been taken to dismissed my complaint, I would not have started this
(Although, to be fair, I would probably still have started a thread on
-project about what I see as the process problems.)
> Are there specific instances of behavior you think was unjustly
> sanctioned (not rhetorically bludgeoned) as a CoC violation?
It should be pointed out that of course I'm not rhetorically
bludgeoning Linus (even if that was what I intended, which it isn't)
because he's not reading any of this.
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