Brian Manning Delaney wrote:
> I apologize to the list(s) for my part in this mess. Personally,
> I don't think public conflict is always bad. My experience is
> that one -- if not all involved -- often comes out the other
> side much improved. But 1) I think it seems very unlikely this
> will happen in the case at hnd; and 2) I haven't been
> sufficiently sensitive to others' _different_ views on the value
> of conflict. Given that it actually started seeming likely to be
> unproductive earlier, an apology is most definitely in order.
> Again: I'm sorry, and I shall do my best to be certain not to
> allow this to happen again.
> Towards the Good,
Well done, Brian. A little courtesy and restraint goes a long way.
-- Doug Jones Rocket Plumber, XCOR Aerospace http://www.xcor-aerospace.com
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