The situation was me generally using "they" instead of "she" by accident, because I would often write a message rhetorically talking in 3rd person about multiple people then at the last moment change it to be more directly addressed at you, but overlooking the pronouns, not out of malice, but because I honestly don't think of them a lot because in my native language (Slovenians) they aren't used half as much as they are in English, because we tend to drop the subject from the sentence wherever possible.SarahWalker wrote:What on earth are you even talking about here?
Are you seriously comparing misgendering a trans person (basically transphobia) with someone not liking a particular form of TV? How have you managed to come to the conclusion that the two are even remotely comparable?
And what I wanted to point out was not that I consider transphobia and disliking anime to be the same, but that if you can interpret my accidental and non-malicious pronoun misuse as malicious transphobia, then I can also interpret some of things you said as being worse than they were meant as.
But I do agree that my approach was wrong and I should have addressed the issue differently and more constructively.
Well, I guess we interpret the license differently in this regard then, and will have to agree to disagree.I'm not a lawyer, and this case isn't explicitly stated in the licence, but my understanding is that you have to provide source for any modifications you make. That would rule out distributing binary hacks of GPL programs.
Find a lawyer if you want a definite answer, but that's my interpretation.
From what I remember, he did claim his project was a fork of PCem-X (which by its name was obvious it was a fork of PCem :p).I also find it a bit unethical to take someone else's code, make a few binary hacks, and claim it as 'your project'.
I did not say that you refused to cooperate with him, but that he had difficulties cooperating with you, which he had, not because of your own actions but because of the actions of other people, such as leilei.Then don't state that there was! If you want me to believe that you're acting in good faith, a good start would be to stop spreading lies around like this.
He does have C knowledge, he just doesn't have much knowledge of Unix-like environments, among which MinGW/MSys, and he is strictly of the opinion that Unix-like environments should not be used when compiling a Windows application on Windows. :pI'm basing this off his Vogons postings, where he's mostly complaining about not being able to compile stuff and gives off the impression of having little if any C knowledge. If he's actually doing something useful now, then fine.