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Date: Sun, 2 Dec 2001 16:42:04 -0500
From: Ruben Safir
Subject: [hangout] Fwd: Re: your study [biella-at-eff.org]
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In-Reply-To: ; from biella-at-eff.org on Sun, Dec 02, 2001 at 20:12:02 -0500
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I'm forwarding this to the list because I want people to be aware of the
potential danger of engaging someone like Dana, both in flame and in
discussion. This individual seems to be possibly unstable, and
destructive to himself and others.
This underscores that real people are on the end of mail, and that not
everyone is normal, or stable. Large numbers of people are potentially
bipolar, depressed, schizophrenic or suffer from a number of other
I feel bad now that I didn't act sooner to calm the exchanges here because
I think they may have agrevated some of Dana's existing pcycosises. More
so since I should have seen this coming. Tracking down obscure messages
on the archive in order to do harm is not normal.
Just food for thought the next time a little chaos breaks out on the list.
BTW - This message will not be archived.
On 2001.12.02 20:12:02 -0500 biella-at-eff.org wrote:
On Fri, 30 Nov 2001, Dana Hudes wrote:
> While Ruben is an activist and a loudmouth doomsayer, I can introduce you
to members of the Perl development community here in NYC.
> see http://ny.pm.org for the Perl Mongers. I think you should interview
> He's fairly prolific and an interesting person.
> I'm interesting but not as prolific in my free software output (he is
single, I have a family to support :-( ).
> http://www.tcp-ip.info/resume.html is me.
Thanks for writing me. I will contact Michael although it might be fun and
efficient to get a group of people together for a discussion about the
partiuclar NY free software scene with folks like Reuben, Michael, and
I am unfortunately really limited with my time (I used to live
in NYC for five years and am visiting for the first time in 4!) so I would
love to meet as many people as once as possible. Perhaps you can forward
this message to Michael.
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