lubuntu artwork -- two versions?
PhillW at ubuntu.com
Fri Nov 16 06:51:59 UTC 2012
I owe you rather large apology. (Feel free to ask for chocolate chips on
During that cycle of emails I took you to be Mr Wislr I was incorrect then,
and am even more incorrect now.
If I could Ctrl-Z the email I would.
I do get the 'bit between my teeth' when things like that happen, the
actual person as noted above has not been seen since the event.
Furious at self,
On 16 November 2012 06:18, Hitesh Shah <chimak111 at gmail.com> wrote:
> First if I have been rude to anyone, I unconditionally apologise. But are
> you sure it was me? I've been posting to this mailing list only for the
> past few months.
> Could you point to any instance because I genuinely can't remember what
> you are referring to. I would appreciate your taking this trouble because I
> feel there's a mix-up. If indeed there's a mix-up, it would be the second
> However, if it is indeed the case that I have been rude, I will apologise
> in each thread in which I have been rude. It may not be enough but what
> else can I do?
> On Fri, Nov 16, 2012 at 11:27 AM, Phill Whiteside <PhillW at ubuntu.com>wrote:
>> You pointed out that some things concerned to descriptions being able to
>> be used by users; and stated it was not the fault of the system, but that
>> of the user......
>> When those users where requiring a little assistance you were 'less than
>> kind' in your replies.
>> The shoe is on the other foot now, owing to the fact it has been thrown
>> across the room at you.
>> One of our testers is an advocate for lubuntu and with the people he
>> works with, we aim to make lubuntu explainable to those who need it. My
>> Nephew is Autistic. You 'mock' them as the 'fault is theirs' yet you are
>> not be able to follow a clearly explained set of instructions as to how to
>> deal with a simple addition, removal and revert of a PPA?
>> It is time you learned to walk before you try running.
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