that you aren't interested in the detail
As it happens, I am somewhat interested in the issues that are discussed. Concurrency is an important element of programming and discussions about the possibilities of various concurrency models can be enlightening. While I remain securely in the camp that favours a process-based model, it never hurts to hear a differing view, and some of the things you said e.g. about why you think ithreads is a strong concept that's just not implemented ideally, were illuminating. So thanks for that. And YMMV in these things, always. Just because I don't agree with you doesn't mean I find your POV unworthy of consideration.
I just wish these posts were not coated with such an unappetising sheen of belligerence. And, though you may be surprised to hear that, I perceive most of the antagonism originating with you (this perception, naturally, is mine alone and I make no claims that it may be shared by others). Which makes it harder and less pleasant to dig through the threads in search of actual information hidden within the barbed comments.
As for your implication that I am trying to censor or limit the things you should talk about: Please! Enough with the paranoia already!