[Scribus] Freedom Yug tutorial

Michael Havlicek michal7
Fri Sep 29 17:34:04 CEST 2006

Hello the terrible BandiPat,
I have some to throw enough your mails where you make us share of your
feelings instead of concrete facts. Really think of bringing something
of constructive to this mailing list PLEASE.
Le 29 sept. 06, ? 04:40, BandiPat a ?crit :

> Gregory Pittman wrote:
>> BandiPat wrote:
>>> you seem to have failed to understand
>> ...and a lot of other flotsam and jetsam.
>> A while ago I ran across a HowTo from Eric Raymond:
>> http://catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
>> talking about how to interact with hackers, but much of what he says 
>> is
>> applicable here.
>> In particular:
>> "Never assume you are /entitled/ to an answer. You are not; you 
>> aren't,
>> after all, paying for the service. You will earn an answer, if you 
>> earn
>> it, by asking a substantial, interesting, and thought-provoking 
>> question
>> ? one that implicitly contributes to the experience of the community
>> rather than merely passively demanding knowledge from others."
>> In your case, you have no questions to ask, nothing worth more than a
>> fleeting response, if that. Like many forums of this sort, the
>> Scribus-list has many people who will try to help, but it doesn't seem
>> you want help at all. There is no indication that Scribus will ever be
>> anything you suggest you want it to be, so it all has the flavor of a
>> ruse. You apparently have no programming skills or you would write the
>> perfect program you desire. You have no civil writing skills or you
>> would constructively contribute or perhaps make a successful career 
>> out
>> of demonstrating the ideal form of documentation that we could all
>> appreciate and offer our accolades.
>> So you are reduced to attacking and demeaning others, projecting your
>> own internal dissonance on the world as evidence of a dissonance of 
>> the
>> world itself, meanwhile safe in your own assessment that yes, you are
>> indeed the only intelligent person in the universe.
>> We can also surmise that the Scribus list is one of several sites
>> periodically infested with a BandiPat hit-and-run charade.
>> Greg
>> _______________________________________________
> ==========
> Why do you guys always break down criticism into emotional responses?
> You ask for more info, are given it, then you respond in an emotional
> tone to cover up your inability to see help when it's offered you.
> You're mired in your own self pity & inabilities, trying to analyze
> others from a point of view that is obscure at best.  I attacked no one
> or said anything demeaning to anyone, but is that the case with you or
> the others that sent attacks covered in emotion towards me?  You
> speculate many things in your mind about other people without trying to
> understand those people.  You make vague assumptions while trying to
> belittle others to make yourself feel better.  You hardly understand
> people as much as you try to make out, which in turn shows how small
> minded & cowardly you are.  Many of you get a crowd mentality when 
> dealt
> criticism.  As long as several will support your rantings, you feel 
> safe
> in thinking you are right to do so.  You're delusional at best, but I
> guess that's how you come to some of your conclusions.
> If I didn't feel a desire to be here, to offer criticism, to offer
> support, to try to help, do you think I would continue to bother?  I
> feel strongly that Scribus still has potential.  Whether the developers
> still feel that way is not up to me, but it won't stop me from voicing
> objections about the directions they are taking.  If they or you are 
> not
> secure in your own abilities to make change, then all is lost already.
> Actually, they are still searching for intelligent life on Earth.  None
> has been found yet.  I guess since you mention the universe, you
> consider yourself more god like, in that you can see so much more?
> bye
> Pat
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