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How not to handle a licensing violation

How not to handle a licensing violation

Posted Apr 13, 2007 13:16 UTC (Fri) by lysse (guest, #3190)
In reply to: How not to handle a licensing violation by nim-nim
Parent article: How not to handle a licensing violation

> You can think whatever you like.

I am happy to be so permitted. So can you; you can even say what you like, and there's not a damned thing I can do to stop you. But you don't get to throw around unsubstantiated allegations and unsavoury implications without being called on them; that kind of behaviour is cowardly and despicable. (And yeah, I see you just did it again.) You may (and clearly do) think that Theo is the lowest of the low - but I don't believe that Theo has ever acted with the kind of wilful disregard of such niceties as evidence and honesty that you have exhibited here; I don't want to associate with people who think only "nice people" have the right to be treated well; and on the basis of what I've seen, I would trust Theo over you without hesitation.


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