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princepawn: I have seen some good posts from you lately, and think that it's great that you have had such a great turn around, but this post left me with a bitter taste in my mouth. I downvoted princepawns post for one reason: private issues belong in the private domain (see this post). I think that if you have an issue with chromatic or anybody else, you need to bring it up with them, and them only (unless, of course, it gets to the point that an arbitrator or mediator is needed).

A side issue that I would like to agree with danger about is the fact that once something is on the Net, a mailing list, spoken, whatever, it's out there! Written or spoken statements are the same as ideas or thoughts in that once released into the world, you can never put them back in your head, and forget about it. The world is forever altered, no matter how significant (or insignificant) the alteration.

redmist
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In reply to (redmist) Re: DBI vs DBIx::Recordset vs princepawn vs chromatic by redmist
in thread DBI vs DBIx::Recordset vs princepawn vs chromatic by princepawn

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