[Community-Discuss] Identity of people on RPD list (was Re: [rpd] Appeal against softlanding-bisdeclaration of consensus)
Omo.Oaiya at wacren.net
Fri Jan 5 18:32:24 UTC 2018
Is it that you do not mind sockpuppets?
It may not be compulsory to identify one's self but we generally do,
An unknown poster, never heard from before expressing opinions like someone
with a lot of history the first time they post is understandably
suspicious, especially when there is contention.
The poster may not yet have seen Ornella's mail to confirm they are real.
If you know the person, say so or let them identify themselves and end the
On 5 Jan 2018 18:00, "Willy MANGA" <mangawilly at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Sunday O. ,
> Le 05/01/2018 à 17:50, Sunday Olutayo a écrit :
> > It is good to know the name and face behind every message, to be sure we
> are dealing with human, not robot or individual with multiple accounts.
> I challenge you to check whether or not we are all humans here ;) . More
> seriously, except when you notice some patterns, you can not know who's
> really behind an account.
> On that purpose, physical meetings are essential.
> I use to register at least 2 email address on some lists because I may
> participate in debate for my personal interest or those of my employer.
> I'm sure I'm not the only one doing that here.
> > There is nothing wrong in asking a contributor to introduce or unveil
> you are right but you should also agree that it's not mandatory to
> introduce to the list I think. :) .
> For instance: in my personel archive, it's the first time I see your
> email address on this list or . You have not introduced yourself by the
> way ;-)
> Your words, style, topics of interest will define you now and in the
> years ahead . That's the most important IMHO ...
> Willy Manga
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