Aggressive language on python-list
ben+python at benfinney.id.au
Wed Oct 17 06:33:14 CEST 2012
"Kristen J. Webb" <kwebb at teradactyl.com> writes:
> What the f**k! I thought that subscribing to a list would promote
> education, enlightenment, and a shared communal effort to make things
> better for things (python) related.
Yes, that's the focus of this thread: how best to engage in a shared
communal effort to make things better for Python-related discussion.
> It sucks for me to spend so much time filtering this BS.
The thread helpfully tells you what it's about in the subject field, and
remains remarkably on-topic by that description. Filter appropriately.
If it sucks for you to receive a high-volume discussion forum in your
email, you may want to use a better email client with more sophisticated
filtering capability. Or you can subscribe to the forum as a Usenet
> Let's be honest, does any of this crap have anything to do with
> python, it's promotion,
Yes, I think this discussion does have direct relevance to supporting
the promotion of Python. My views on how have been made elsewhere in
this same thread.
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