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Ubuntu, security response, and community contributions

Ubuntu, security response, and community contributions

Posted Jul 23, 2008 19:10 UTC (Wed) by ddaa (guest, #5338)
In reply to: Ubuntu, security response, and community contributions by mmcgrath
Parent article: Ubuntu, security response, and community contributions

In your reply, the tone alone indicates that your are not interested in constructive
discussion. Or if you are, you need to improve your writing skills.

I acknowledge the effort you made in writing this comment. Sadly, as it is written, it would
be very difficult to reply to while keeping the discussion meaningful.


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Ubuntu, security response, and community contributions

Posted Jul 23, 2008 19:13 UTC (Wed) by mmcgrath (guest, #44906) [Link]

I'm a technician, not a writer.  How about this:

Ad hominem.  Why attack the argument when you can attack the speaker?  What a common fallacy
you've just committed.  No need to respond, your actions will speak louder, let us know when
that launchpad is OSS.  Have a nice day.

Ubuntu, security response, and community contributions

Posted Jul 23, 2008 19:49 UTC (Wed) by ddaa (guest, #5338) [Link]

How interesting.

I made a point of attacking only your writing. I even suggested you might be of good faith but
that you just failed at clear expression.


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