I understand why you came to that conclusion, but the "reporting" I spoke of is not intended to be a policing course of action inside a particular forum.mardybear wrote:A post that, in your opinion, goes too far should be reported. Unfortunately there is no sheriff in town. Most forums any member who willingly and repeatedly disrupts conversation or obviously crosses the line gets banned.
I am actually against any type of censorship, and I think that in any forum, beside obvious spam, pretty much nothing should ever be deleted or taken down.
No, what I meant is basically doing what I am doing, which is to call for a mature way of debating. I'm suggesting and asking to all the systemd detractors (but indirectly and hopefully implicitly, also to the systemd supporters, although we can't say they are making the same amount of noise, for obvious reasons of course) to quit with the antics and argue seriously.
More importantly, and that's where the reporting thing may have gotten confusing, I'm suggesting and asking the already serious systemd detractors to huddle up, look around and tell the bad apples in their midst to get their act together because they are making the serious ones look just as fanatical.
So if you think about it, what I'm all about in this discussion is really nothing that relates to systemd specifically, but it is more a general invitation to "good arguing". Take all my posts, substitute systemd with any other topic and they should be just as relevant.