[FFmpeg-devel] [RFC][ALT PATCHES] Code of Conduct Enforcement

Rostislav Pehlivanov atomnuker at gmail.com
Mon May 14 21:10:43 EEST 2018

On 14 May 2018 at 18:45, Derek Buitenhuis <derek.buitenhuis at gmail.com>

> On Mon, May 14, 2018 at 6:28 PM, Rostislav Pehlivanov
> <atomnuker at gmail.com> wrote:
> > iive just noticed you joined, said hi, and you left saying you were
> > attacked. Since when is a normal form of welcoming back considered an
> > attack? I agree with jamrial, you definitely overreacted.
> If you actually believe it was a welcome back, you must be willfully
> ignorant of ... well, iive. I may note I purposely was not mentioning
> specific names.
> Day I left:
> [21:34:17 CEST] <iive> jamrial: Derek for sure will cause more
> problems, when he comes back. He will come back.

Yes, its an attack. A full year before you rejoined for a few minutes.

> 13:23  -!- Daemon404 [~who_knows at pdpc/supporter/student/Daemon404] has
> joined #ffmpeg-devel
> 13:46 <@iive> and Daemon404 is back.
That's a greeting, a welcoming back. You know, you're with friends, you get
some money together, one of you goes to the store to grab a few beers, he
comes back, "Ah, and you're back, and you bought enough beers, great.". It
would be an attack if someone said "Ah, and you're back, and I see you
bought the worst flavored water they sold there and kept the change.".  You
don't walk out with the beers as soon as you hear "Ah, and you're back"
because that someone attacked your personal choice last time you went to
the store and this time you made some effort to find something else for

> That should put to rest an notion it was a friendly "welcome back".

Sorry, still not seeing it as an attack. When you left, sure, but not when
you returned.

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