16 Mar 2004 mdupont   » (Master)

Dear Richard Baumann,

You were trolling on slashdot, and insulting me in a Cowardly way. Here is my response!

You wrote ""By the way, you forgot to mention that you were unbanned from the project.""

I think you are imagining things again, when was that?

And nice trick with downmodding my thread. Great job, that way you can make sure that people dont find out the truth.

In fact, I cannot even reply to your lies. That seems to be your defense. Gagging and Blocking the truth. Great job, Do you think that you can get away with that for long?

It is only a matter of time until the truth will come out.

I guess I need to get a gang of people to mod *up* my thread. You know, normally you cannot mod up and down things on your own thread. But if you have enough people to help then it is not a problem.

You wrote : ""You harassed Rhys so much he almost left the project completely just so he wouldn't have to deal with you anymore."" Well, I was happy to be off the mailling list, the only thing that really is a problem is when bugs are being hidden from the public.

I was one of the stupid people who believed in dotgnu, I believed in pnet/c. I used it and it did not do what it promised. Infact it could not compile anything of value to me.

What did I do? I reported the bugs. So what if I could not fix them myself.

What did Rhys do? He fixed the bugs, and quickly!!

but at the same time said that my contributions are worth *ZERO* nothing, nada.

Why would he constantly fix these bugs, and spend time on things that are worthless?

Because they were not worthless. The point is that rhys is being two faced and backpeddling. That is just another sign of bad management practices.

You wrote : ""Does attempted blackmail ring a bell?""

I will find someway to make sure that your unfair practices get enough publicity, just wait. That is not blackmail, that is what you get back when you kick someone too often!


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