[Theforum] Inviting other people

Daniel J. Cody djc at members.evolt.org
Mon Nov 19 14:31:27 CST 2001

theres nothing wrong with dissecting things that we think are 'bad' on
other web-dev lists me thinks.

as long as its constructive, and the person sharing their opinions is
willing to back up their opinions, and the discussion of whats ' bad' is 
in the context of making evolt 'better', rock on.

if whoever can't handle constructive converstation amongst us, thats a
fault of their own, not ours. :)


On Tue, 20 Nov 2001, Madhu Menon wrote:

> At 01:41 AM 11/20/2001, A. Erickson opined:
> >I know that this list is public but maybe it wouldn't be too horrible to
> >dissect some of those other annoying list events, for our own
> >edification. What do you think?
> Errr... it's not that I have a problem with my opinion being known and 
> archived. Heck, I've never had a problem with that.
> One part of me tells me that badmouthing another list here wouldn't be a) 
> professional and b) a fair trial, since the defendant isn't present.
> The other part tells me that the other nice folks on theforum couldn't (and 
> possibly shouldn't) be bothered about what happens elsewhere unless it has 
> an impact on evolt.
> So I leave it to this list's members. If you want to hear about it, let me 
> know. Rudy, Amanda, Erika, and I already know what this is about, as 
> they're on that list too.

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