A discussion about the breaking of the Internet
Mike Roberts

The most upsetting part of this has been seeing how many people in tech are small-minded and petty. I always thought our field encouraged clear, rational thought.. and I still hope the folks on this list are just a small, if loud, minority. Azer had a great argument to make if his module got swept away from him, he could have raised hell and he would have had solid ground to stand on. Instead, he reverted to his inner twelve-year-old, grabbed the ball, and walked home crying. Absolutely unacceptable behavior for an active member of a community, and he should have seen this and apologized soon after he calmed down.. but he hasn’t, and that is the most damning part. No lessons learned, and just a bunch of either trolls or equally childish developers cheering his thoroughly spiteful and asinine decision.

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