[sumo] Meta-Question: Why SML?
joepetrow at gmail.com
Fri Jun 1 18:52:36 EDT 2007
On 6/2/07, Jeanne Hedge <jhedge at rcn.com> wrote:
> At 01:35 PM 6/1/07, Achim Pawelczyk wrote:
> >Maybe if I looked around the Forum for a while, as Moti lives there,
> >I might find some signs of an atmosphere as friendly as ours on the
> >ML used to be - but so far I found nothing motivating me to do that yet.
> One word about "atmosphere" and the Sumo Forum - posters there are
> just as likely to get jumped on and/or flamed as they are on this
> list. Doesn't matter if the post that starts the fire is innocent and
> rubs someone the wrong way, doesn't matter how long someone's been
> posting either. Some people post there (I like the beya website/blog
> translations), some people post here, some people post both places,
> some people pretty much lurk. Of course, that sort of thing happens
> everywhere on the net.
Actually, I think you're more likely to get "jumped" on the SumoForum.
I haven't found it to be very newbie friendly at all. Any
pro-SumoForum person who jumps on all the flames here with a
holier-than-thou attitude is, IMHO, really the pot calling the kettle
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