[aprssig] Worst Path of the Day
tyler at allisonhouse.com
Wed Oct 27 12:31:45 CDT 2004
>> Im not donating your time. I said convince. I didnt say force. We've
>> all outlayed money for the hobbies we choose to do. I've spent as much
>> on my own stuff as well...
> Maybe you don't see how much of yourself you have just revealed...you
> equate money you spent on your equipment with money I've spent on findU
> servers, and you equate convincing me to do work with me doing work.
So I did. And your point is?
> Fortunately most people can see the difference here.
What difference? You spend money on your hobbies. I spend money on mine.
No difference other than hobbies. I try and convince you to do some work
to improve findu. Someone else tries to convince me to do work to improve
something I've done. What difference are you talking about?
> Your response was to try to "convince" me to do all the work
duh! How else does a user of a system get an improvement. You must
convince the developer/owner/whomever it's worth doing (or pay for it of
course). Convince is not some evil word you seem to associate with strong
arming or holding a gun to your head. Calm down and stop insinuating.
Maybe you are overly sensitive with people always volunteering
"improvements" to something they dont manage (eg: findu). Understandable.
I'd appreciate you not lumping me into the "volunteer somebody elses time"
crowd until I've proven myself to be one. Asking for an improvement and
getting a "no" from the developer isnt volunteering your time. Asking for
an improvement, getting a "no" and then telling everyone your a big jerk
for not doing what I suggested immediately would be.
> Yes, you are true giant among the men of APRS, I'm sure all here
> recognize it...
Now who's badmouthing whom.
If the 'true giants' in APRS are not willing to try something new to curb
the bad behavior that's fine with me. Im not going to loose sleep over it.
As a simple observer let me pass on a bit of reality....In a hobbie filled
with apathy education does not work.
"As long as we have each other, we'll never run out of problems." -
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