Mail patterns

A loooong ago, someone on planet debian described mail patterns. What was this one again ?

2007-05-11 08:54:22+0200


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7 Responses to “Mail patterns”

  1. James Says:

    I won’t guess at a pattern, but you’re probably referring to :)

  2. Kevin Mark Says:

    That was joeyh?

  3. Chris Cunningham Says:

    It was indeed joeyh, but the pattern is less clear. Technically it’s a too-late-for-the-party thread, but the innate k00kness if the guilty party really overrides this.

    Seriously, I seriously worry about the judgement call made where said guilty party was barred from doing everything _except_ the one thing that irritates everyone most of all.

    – Chris

  4. Jon Says:

    Indeed t’was.

  5. flurble Says:


  6. me Says:

    This obviously is the “I need to reply to every mail in the thread, until noone can stand me anymore” pattern, implemented by it’s inventor, SL.

  7. Kevin Mark Says:

    the funny thing is that the subversion guy who talked about ‘poisonous people’ at google mention this kinda pattern. Could they have been referring to he-who-shall-not-be-named-on-devel?