About the socalled "you" changes
Thomas 'Balu' Walter
tw at itreff.de
Fri Mar 23 08:19:40 PST 2001
+-Gerard Beekmans-(gerard at linuxfromscratch.org)-[23.03.01 02:21]:
> Thanks Balu et all. who've been doing to socalled 'you' changes. I've read
> some changes (currently re-reading the Preface of the book again) and I start
> having my doubts. To be perfectly honest, I don't like it.
Same with me - even if I did those changes mostly...
I really noticed that while reading "The end" and I found that really
nice - as long as we are "the lfs-community" we can and should say "you"
to each other...
I was not sure how it is done in technical english writings though...
> This is not critizism on you guys (heck afteral it was I who requested the
> changes to be made). I just wanted to try it out and see what it looks like.
> And now I see I don't like it. It's very impersonal and distant.
ACK (nothing to be sorry about :)
> Normally I'd discuss this, etc, but as said before I'm in kind of a rush. I
> don't like doing it this way but I'm doing it anyway and I apologize if I
> offend somebody by just doing this. I don't plan to make a habit out of it,
> so don't worry ;)
As long as you don't say the work was bad at all?... ;-)
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