atom feed29 messages in org.apache.communityRE: At what point do you unsubscribe/...
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Jean T. AndersonDec 16, 2005 5:17 pm 
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Subject:RE: At what point do you unsubscribe/deny a misbehaving user?
From:Noel J. Bergman (no@devtech.com)
Date:Dec 16, 2005 7:16:41 pm
List:org.apache.community

Jean,

The name at the core is Michael Segel.

Ah, then people can go to mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/db-derby-user and view sorted by author. Better still would be to know which ones are being considered offensive.

I reviewed a dozen or so of his posts, and I saw a few snarky comments, but for the most part he seemed more clueless, e.g., his participation in the "Why are classpath databases always read-only ?" thread, than snarky. When technically challenged on some of his clueless bits, he tended to turn snarky as a form of defense. So he seems to be a bit on the clueless side, defensive about it, and just a somewhat of a snarky personality to boot, since he had a few gratuitously snarky sign-offs directed at no one in particular.

Of course, since he's promoting himself as some sort of consulting expert, he's seriously not doing himself any favors. I mean, how inspired would *you* be to contract Michael Segel Consulting Corp? Or anyone else, once they review his writings in the archives, to want that attitude and mode of expression in their place of business?

--- Noel