[scribus] Where is Kunda?

Craig Bradney cbradney at scribus.info
Sat Apr 29 10:37:33 UTC 2017

> On 29 Apr 2017, at 10:57, JLuc <jluc at no-log.org> wrote:
> Dont you remember that Kunda question about spaces in the code
> and how you answered
> and how he said he felt badly rebuked afterward ?

No, don't remember but that's not why he stopped. He didn't want to code in any case to any deep level.

> Dont you remember having answered bold "CRAP !" to things i wrote on irc ?

Yep and I'll say it again if I think something said is wrong. 

> As for sexism, you write they "were related to things i wrote",
> when i just asked clarification about what could be sexists words (not yours)
> because these made me feel uncomfortable.

Yes but they were then taken out of context by others and turned into a long thread that actually targeted you.
> So, I cannot say about private talks,
> but as for public talks, what you write is wrong
> and can probably be checked in the archives.

Nope it's not.

> JLuc
>> Le 29/04/2017 à 10:38, Craig Bradney a écrit :
>> No, this is totally incorrect. He did not come back asking about learning C++. There was no misunderstanding. We had private conversations with him that were not on IRC. He just reprioritised stuff in his life.
>>> Rude behaviour is not totally uncommon on scribus irc.
>>> As for me I remember having received rude "CRAP !" answers.
>>> As sexism previously mentionned here, it repells nice people.
>>> This is sad but i think it's better not to hide that
>>> so there can be a change for the better.
>> Those sexist remarks were related to things you wrote that were misunderstood, more than likely due to language differences.
>> Move on, its a big world.
>> Craig
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