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RE: RE (tilly) 3: Need for a dojo?

by kapper (Chaplain)
on Aug 29, 2000 at 15:52 UTC ( #30112=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to RE (tilly) 3: Need for a dojo?
in thread Need for a dojo?

well.. if it did spill over, it could easely be kicked back...
Deleting flame posts would be bad for obvious reasons... that's why i suggestet a flame area, or storage...

Are things getting better?
My impression was that it was getting more personal...

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RE (tilly) 5: Need for a dojo?
by tilly (Archbishop) on Aug 29, 2000 at 18:20 UTC
    You cannot kick back hard feelings over things said publically in anger. While that post certainly did represent at least one person's opinion (and probably a few more opinions as well) it cannot be said to be a majority attitude. (At least not when stated that way.) Take a look in Worst Nodes for proof.

    As for things getting better/worse. Well my personal impression is better. At least the little piece of the puzzle that I see has improved. Of course I cannot speak for others, but it would appear that people are finding that they can talk about and resolve their issues. If being married for over a decade has taught me anything it is that as long as channels of communication remain open, you are in pretty good shape. (-: The other thing I have learned is how important it is to work on keeping those channels open and in use! :-)

    This is, of course, only my personal impression. And, of course, I am not claiming that things are perfect. But I don't think you should be overly concerned at this point.

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