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I can speak from firsthand experience and say that this simply isn't true

I didn't say people get k/b'd for those two reasons. I said 'most'. Please don't say what I am saying (especially since I am an op there) isn't true, when it is. I may go back in the logs and see if what you are saying is true (out of curiosity).

who is ALWAYS the one that k/b's me, the only op I have real problems with, every time) was essentially name-calling and telling me to leave saying that I never contribute anything useful,

So, one person you have trouble with. Sorry that sometimes ops can be, well, jerks.. but it is the way it is (in most communities)

Even if it's "just a hangout for Perl programmers", do you honestly (not that you were an op involved) treat your friends like this when you hang out in real life?

Like what? Saying they are wrong? Flick them behind the ear? Of course!

Anyways, I don't mean to defend #perl against another unsatisfied customer. But, please don't say what I am saying isn't true. I don't care to be called a lier.

So, let's just give eachother the respective --'s and be done with this :)

Cheers,
KM


In reply to Re: Re: Re: IRC vs. Newsgroups vs. Web Forums by KM
in thread IRC vs. Newsgroups vs. Web Forums by mothra

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