Gregory Brown wrote:
> Excuse me, but where in this post does anything about Ruby arise?
>
> Maybe you misjudged the 'opinion' topic.  Or maybe we're not on the
> same page.  I thought it to mean opinions about Ruby, the way it
> works, even the community, and things directly related to it.
>
> Your last two posts, though I disagreed with them, were well within
> this definition.  You were even syndicated in a few places with people
> singing your praises.  Deleting them seemed a bit rash to me, but I
> didn't mind seeing them go seeing as they were a bit accusatory
> towards the Python community, as you had mentioned in your last post
> to the mailing list.
>
> This last post however is simply uncalled for.  Simply because James
> Britt and I mentioned that we disagreed with you does not merit such
> open hostility.  What exactly are you trying to prove?


Steve Yegge republished his articles here:
http://opal.cabochon.com/~stevey/blog-rants/anti-anti-hype.html
http://opal.cabochon.com/~stevey/blog-rants/bambi-meets-godzilla.html

It's a shame all the instructive comments on the original posts were
lost thanks to all this.