abuse of powers

Michael Lustfield mtecknology at ubuntu.com
Fri Jul 24 01:02:23 UTC 2009

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You are not abiding by the code of conduct nor are you making sense
anymore. I would encourage you to unsubscribe yourself and return to
IRC when you feel you can abide by the CoC which you were linked to
earlier. You've been given a link by bnrubin that describes this.

If you would like to dispute your removal from the channel, you can
send a reply to the mailing list which you were also referred to

As stated earlier as well, the operator did not close your window. The
client you were using to connect to IRC closed the window when you were
removed from the channel. The operator lacks the ability to "come into
your computer." If you don't like this, you can change your client

Judging from your actions in this list, I assume that the removal from
the channel was not an abuse of powers but rather an action to reduce
disruption in the channel.

As far as Terrance Simpson, he is an outstanding member of the Ubuntu
community. He does not speak in haste and was trying to clear up the
issue you were confused about.

On Thu, 23 Jul 2009 19:36:08 -0500 (CDT)
norrisg1 at verizon.net wrote:

> PLEASE STOP SENDING ME EMAILS ABOUT THIS PERSON. I HAVE NO IDEA WHO THIS PERSON IS. I AM NOT GOING TO GIVE MY NAME DUE TO PRIVACY REASONS BUT PLEASE STOP. THIS IS THE FORTH MESSAGE I HAVE GOT ABOUT ABUSE OF POWERS.THANKSJul 23, 2009 12:28:28 PM, ubuntu-irc at lists.ubuntu.com wrote:===========================================the date was yesterday morningthe nicks are ShorTie/ShrimPi say abusing powers, because what gives them the right to close irc windows?you ask for log's, but if they close your window you have no log...That is abuse of there power's for them to come onto MY pc and preform such a action!Do you not agree?Windows Live™ Hotmail®: Celebrate the moment with your favorite sports pics. Check it out.-- Ubuntu-irc mailing listUbuntu-irc at lists.ubuntu.comhttps://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-irc
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