On Thu, 21 May 2009 10:01:19 -0500, JEDIDIAH wrote:
> On 2009-05-21, Tony(UK) <tony_smith100@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On Tue, 19 May 2009 14:24:56 -0500, JEDIDIAH wrote:
>>>> One other problem on equal terms with this is the flames and insults
>>>> when someone dares to voice their problems with a distro.
>>> If your statement of the problem can't be taken as a proper bug
>>> report than you earn any ill will you generate. There's a lot of crap
>>> to wade through. Decreasing the S/N ratio is at the very least
>> Which, if I have read this correctly, means that to speak out when
>> something does not work will, in the main, return hostility towards the
> Mindless whining doesn't get you anything.
That is exactly why I do not. What are you talking about?
> If it wouldn't get you anywhere with Dell, why do you think it would
> get you anywhere with anyone else?
Can you actually say where I have whined at Dell? I have no Dell
computers here and am not a customer. Do you work in Dell customer
support? Has anyone given my name perhaps? I am really confused by your
>> one who dares criticise, and newcomers deserve all they get. Not the
>> best way to run a railway, I feel.
> There's a considerable difference between genuine criticism and
> vague whining. If your behavior would get you told off by a PAID support
> person if not for the fact that they would likely lose their job then
> you are at best being a nuissance.
> Your intentions beyond that is something that can only be guessed
My intentions are those of an average home Linux user. My 'vague whining'
is about individuals who attack my criticism of their system.
I am still unsure as to what the Hell you are on about. I don't use Dell
computers. I have two aOpen Xcube machines.
> Even if you are paying for the priveledge of whining at someone,
> is still a protocol to follow.
Please explain what are you talking about? I think you have the
completely the wrong person, or are on strong medication.