The "Emperor" needs his medication

After reading bug 97769 and the bottom part of http://musics.com . I must conclude that the emperor really needs his medication. But to be fair I need to analyse part of his ranting because his logic his FLAWED . First of all, it's true that a lot of KDE developer are Europeans, but some are from North America, I'm myself a French Canadian, and a lot the others north americans are from the USA. Second point: "We feed our hungry, tend to our sick, provide help to those in need. " nice quote but since when the USA have a social system like Canada or Europe? I'm asking this question because I'm really intrigued ... But the part of his ranting that made me uneasy is this one, and I hope I will not start a flamewar, "God, on the other hand, chose the humblest of peoples and the meek to rule the world, and it is the Americans who are humble, meek, and the nicest people in the world." By reading his comments, this one is a lie, or if God truely choose him (I'm not talk about the others) I wonders what he drank and smoked that day. But since I'm proud of being an Atheist, I can't really understand the need of some intelligent and educated people, to use this old and archaic concept to justify the fact that he's a bully but since he got God approval, it's correct to spread hate and stupidity


Was it so hard for him to understand that bugs.kde.org is NOT the place for that?

He wasn't reporting a bug. He was ranting. And even when he said:

    No one here can even discuss a problem at the academic level.

Didn't he get the point? bugs.kde.org is for reporting bugs, not about having discussions. If he wants to discuss the merits of the automation scripts or IRQ routing and handling, I'm sure he could find mailing lists that are interested.

Hell, I even agree that the automation scripts are overgrown. But bugs.kde.org isn't the place to discuss it!

Couldn't he get that fact straight?

By Thiago Macieira at Tue, 02/01/2005 - 01:25

Some folks seem to have a hard time understanding that this guy (from all appearances) really is crazy. Or is a level 30 troll. Either way, I don't understand why people find it necesary to do anything but laugh at this guy.

By [email protected] at Tue, 02/01/2005 - 06:49

Yeah, have a look at his homepage, also its previous incarnation. This guy is a lunatic, I wouldn't be surprised if it turned out that all his "titles" are just delusions. He's got a problem, this time he decided to use the KDE bugtracker in order to get attention for his delusions. I just don't know if we should just laugh or try to tell him that he needs professional help.

By Giacomo Lacava at Tue, 02/01/2005 - 10:41

I'm an American. He's a kook. Dismiss him, *that's* the American way!

By Brendan at Tue, 02/01/2005 - 02:39

Don't bother responding to him; he's technically clueless too (analogue TV signal is not 3MHz, it's 6MHz in the US, and up to 8MHz elsewhere, and a monitor signal is considerably wider than a TV signal - my 1600x1200 at home is 229.5MHz, while my 1280x1024 at work is 135MHz). A broadcast environment samples a TV signal at 27MHz, with 10bpp accuracy, for a data rate of 270MBit/s, and HD can be up to 1.5GBit/s data rate.

By [email protected] at Wed, 02/02/2005 - 11:16

I read the bug report and some parts of his website.
I'm not sure what to think about him.
For some moments, I was quite angry about his writings.
Then I had to laugh about it, but after all, he has some valid points.
We'll see if he will try something like this again.
Maybe he now tries to blame GNOME people for his NMI's ;-)

By Christian Nitschkowski at Wed, 02/02/2005 - 21:31