Subject: Re: [boost] [RPC] Boost.Asio to write *concurrency ready* code
From: microcai (microcaicai_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-08-28 15:46:40
2013/8/29 Andrey Semashev <andrey.semashev_at_[hidden]>:
> On Thursday 29 August 2013 02:15:32 microcai wrote:
>> > I'd like to ask you to choose your words more carefully. I can understand
>> > the frustration and disappointment but please, keep the conversation
>> > civil and constructive. Foul language certainly doesn't help.
>> > http://www.boost.org/community/policy.html
>> If I had read it carefully, it allow you to use Foul language on code.
> Code or not, the particular tone and wording of your statements were
> unnecessarily offending. Quotes from the discussion policy:
> Flame wars
> Personal insults, argument for the sake of argument, and all the other
> behaviors which fall into the "flame war" category are prohibited. Discussions
> should focus on technical arguments, not the personality traits or motives of
> In addition to technical skills, Boost members value collaboration,
> acknowledgement of the help of others, *and a certain level of politeness*.
>> Did I miss some words? Cause English is not my first language.
> English is not my native language either. I assume, this is also the case for
> many other readers and participants of the list. It's one more reason to be
> more careful in a public conversation.
What is wrong with you guys ( sorry, I assume that you are all male ) ?
NO ONE, NOT A SINGLE ONE COMMENT ON MY CODE. Instead, attack on my words.
Come on, I AM NOT POLITICS. I DON'T KNOW HOW TO PLEASE AUDIENCE.
PLEASE COMMENT ON MY CODE. Boost.Afio IS OFF TOPIC HERE.
I DISLIKE Boost.Afio's API, DON'T FORCE ME TO LIKE IT. AND DON'T TURN
THIS THREAD INTO Boost.Afio wars.
!!! Boost.Afio IS OFF TOPIC HERE. !!!
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