[Ilugc] Open Source Software Survey -Reg
arun289 at gmail.com
Wed Jul 4 15:20:01 IST 2012
Your reply coming after my mail in the thread make it looks as if I sent
the private mail to you. If you want to complain and bring notice about a
private mail in this list, have the courage to mention the person and
contents of that mail before you reply.
I was the one who complemented you in this list by asking you to change
poor to proud. But I should add here that you need to change your victim
and complaining attitude if you want to grow.
All the best.
[To the list guideline managers] The only way I could reply to this post
was a top post. Could not find a way to do it otherwise :)
On Wed, Jul 4, 2012 at 2:27 PM, ARUN PALANIAPPAN <
arunpalaniappan.mek at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Friends,
> I am sorry for this mail.
> I received the survey request through this list only and I feel it is
> appropriate to comment on that using this list only. . I was shocked on
> seeing a reply mail, insulting me.
> >>Nobody is interested to know if you are poor or rich.
> I feel very much insulted by this sentence.
> The writer has insisted me to send my feedback to the author not to the
> list. I get his point. But, I have one query.
> I was not the only one who has given a feedback. There is one more feedback
> to the survey request, which was posted well before my reply. But, there
> was no mention on that. Does rules or advise apply only to newbies?
> I strongly feel that mailing a person about one of his/her post, who does
> not have my contact, is not so ethical. Further, this is not some thing
> like a service or art that requires feedback of the work. I just replied
> expressing my inability to complete the surveyalong with appreciation for
> his task.
> I feel verymuch depressed by the reply mail, which has humiliated me.
> If the members in the list feel that this list is not for one who does not
> practise software profession, or if this list is something only for a group
> of people, I request you to kindly relieve me from the list.
> Thank you
> ARUN P
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