[AusNOG] Aust Govt will build National Broadband Network, no company will be awarded the tender.
noel.butler at ausics.net
Tue Apr 14 07:44:53 EST 2009
Bevan I think you crossed the line when you implied MMC should quit
simply because he disagrees with what his employer supports, if thats
your attitude, I guess we should let it be a warning for anyone who
considers working for pipe networks.
Newsflash and its about time every F'n exec on this list took reminder
of, your employees are NOT you, they are NOT an extension of your brain
nor your line of thoughts, they are NOT as narrow visioned as you are,
they are (in most cases) human and DO have a mind of their own, they are
entitled to NOT agree with what their employer sees as a worthwhile plan
to support/plan of action, and, before the pedantics bring it up, MMC
made no direct references to his employer and not agreeing with their
support of something, that was you Bevan, so I see nothing wrong with
MMC's comments they way they were worded.
This is a public list and most likely no-one here speaks in any official
capacity on behalf of their employer and to suggest someone resign
because they disagree, is rather pathetic.
(top posting because I'm sure it will piss some people off, as I'm
pissed for spending the past hour sifting through this thread... now,
its my coffee time)
On Tue, 2009-04-14 at 01:39, Bevan Slattery wrote:
> > From: Matthew Moyle-Croft [mailto:mmc at internode.com.au]
> > As much as I dislike your personal attack on me in your
> > previous post
> Interesting... I seem to remember not so long ago, and for reasons
> unknown, you and a friend taking childish delight in constantly trolling
> through my posts on forums such as this and Whirlpool pointing out any
> spelling and grammatical errors I made by posting them to the entire
> forum. This juvenile, yet co-ordinated personal attack lasted for many
> weeks (and possibly months). Whilst I didn't consciously intend to
> personally attack you in my post I can only suggest you have a think
> about your own conduct before you start to point the finger.
> But let's not allow this to detract from what has been a very good
> discussion thus far. I'm happy to take your apology off-list.
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