At 07:05 PM 9/23/2009 -0700, Guido van Rossum wrote:
On Wed, Sep 23, 2009 at 6:57 PM, P.J. Eby email@example.com wrote:
Once again, I'd like for the badgering to stop. Thanks.
Tarek already agreed to that ("Fine with me. Let's move forward"). I hope you will stop badgering him too.
The only reason I said "once again" above instead of, "One last time", is because I didn't want to be misconstrued as making some sort of threat. However, I can assure you, the above is the very last time I will make that request.
In any case, I hadn't yet seen the message of Tarek's you allude to above, in large part because it wasn't actually *addressed* to me. It went out only to Python-Dev, whereas the message calling me paranoid went straight to my inbox.
I doubt that it was intentional on Tarek's part (checking the thread shows that Antoine's the one who first cut the cc: list), but the fact remains that I hadn't seen it when I sent my message. Otherwise, I'd have replied in *that* thread, rather than this one.
P.J. Eby <pje <at> telecommunity.com> writes:
I doubt that it was intentional on Tarek's part (checking the thread shows that Antoine's the one who first cut the cc: list), but the fact remains that I hadn't seen it when I sent my message.
Just FYI, there are two reasons that I cut the CC list: - I usually do it deliberately, when replying from e-mail, because I don't want people to get duplicates, nor to get an e-mail not coming from the list which might then not match with their own ML filters (based on whatever headers the ML machine adds to e-mails) - In the python-dev case, I reply through gmane, and gmane doesn't do any CC, it posts only to the list