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Re: OFF TOPIC LIST CRITERIA

Sean Owen-2
BCC user, dev, and I encourage others to not reply.

I said _dev@_ is not for user support. user@ is. You heard that
yesterday, too, and not to cross-post.
You actually got answers to several questions, despite their tone,
from experienced developers of the project.

Messages like yours are, I assure you, not useful to _anybody_. If we
let people talk like this on big community lists, yes _that_ will put
up barriers.
So, the answer for you is: you are not using either of these lists
appropriately right now. If you can keep it civil and on-topic, use
user@.
Otherwise we will block you from the lists.


Sean

On Fri, Mar 27, 2020 at 9:46 PM Zahid Rahman <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
>
> Sean Owen says the criteria of these two emailing list is not help to support some body
> who is new but for people who have been using the software for a long time.
>
> He is implying I think that I should only send email when I find bugs so that I can help him in his work.
> A one way street.
>
> He is suggesting the more familiar you are with this software the more important you are.
> Some kind of Alpha male type heirachy.
>
> He wants to put a barrier in place where Apache foundation wants no barriers to free learning and free software.
>
> He has not reported any bugs while I have reported so many in such a short space of time.
> He has warned me as well
>
> So that Sean Owen does not put a barrier in place for me in my path to free learning and free  Apache software
> I would like somebody to clarify the criteria for me.
>
>
> Backbutton.co.uk
> ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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