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Re: Documentation Standards was Re: [ox-en] UserLinux

i just wrote a long reply and lost it on this shitty windows thing at work
so you can wait but I disagree with your perception so be it I dont know if I can be bothered to even try and rewrite it

Benj. Mako Hill writes:
On Tue, Dec 09, 2003 at 07:43:41PM [PHONE NUMBER REMOVED], Martin Hardie wrote:
But I have a recent experience where I tried to explain some things
in simple terms to Graham and some of his other mates and gave up
realsing that we didnt talk the same language, they we re stuck in
their ways and my thoughts just went over their heads ... or

Perhaps you'd have more luck if you didn't blame your failed
communications on others others' inflexibility and inferior
intellectual capacity.
final point the language and rhetoric has alot to do with where
something ends up - but Grahan would just say that is my post modern
speak with a bit of Negri - his pet hates.....

I'm sure Graham appreciates you telling him what he would say as much
I appreciate you telling me (and other free software developers) what
I think, why I think it, and why I'm wrong as a result.
Benjamin Mako Hill


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