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Re: [Sks-devel] Withdrawal of Service -

From: Mike
Subject: Re: [Sks-devel] Withdrawal of Service -
Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2018 02:01:11 +0100

If i had the skill set needed to submit patches i would, but i don't.
But i do have a voice and that can be used to spur on change.

I wrote the articles because there is a clear ignorance here that your 
displaying really well, which is preventing things from getting fixed. Your 
clearly angry and not interested in resolving this issue through discussion. 
That ignorance is going to harm admins as Moritz Wirth and Fabian points out.

Can you say there's no risk to admins financially and legally, because of the 
poor design of the servers or do they work just fine and they have nothing to 
worry about?

If performing as designed means: 
failing to deal with oversized keys and chewing up bandwidth and CPU cycles and 
causing servers to stop responding or the web interface to freeze or spit out 
garbage is a feature then ok.
or network instability then ok.

Mike :)

and if calling people children and being generally insulting is your thing your 
not really being constructive with this!

On Fri, 16 Nov 2018 08:45:06 +0800
Matthew Walster <address@hidden> wrote:

> On Fri, 16 Nov 2018, 08:36 Mike <address@hidden wrote:
> > Your welcome to blame others for the servers issues.
> >
> > I and others have pointed out many times over the issues and no one has
> > fixed them.
> > Rather than blame me, take responsibility for the servers failings, for
> > the developers failings.
> >
> You are more than welcome to submit patches (or even ideas for patches) if
> you want to help improve things. Screaming blue murder helps no-one.
> Decent and good developers take bugs and fix them and ensure the ongoing
> > survival of their software, not blame them on the people who found them and
> > exposed them!
> >
> The software is not broken. It is performing as designed. The same
> side-effects are present in Bitcoin but I don't see you making deranged
> comments about that...
> Your basicly saying we should be able to have weak software and bad people
> > shouldnt do bad things, thats not how the world works. Take some
> > responsibility!!!
> >
> That's not what anyone is saying. What are you, 12 years old?
> And im not a journalist!
> >
> You wrote an article.
> M
> >

me <address@hidden>

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