[Imports] Importing Kerala, India road network from Facebook's ML generated data

Ian Dees ian.dees at gmail.com
Sun Sep 9 20:16:12 UTC 2018

Hi all,

This discussion is no longer on topic for this thread (or mailing list) or
constructive feedback. Please limit your comments to the import at hand.


On Sun, Sep 9, 2018 at 2:34 PM Frederik Ramm <frederik at remote.org> wrote:

> Hi,
> On 09/09/2018 08:52 PM, Stephen V. Mather wrote:
> > FYI, this is gaslighting and not an appropriate response to a request to
> respect the etiquette guidelines.
> Welcome to this mailing list!
> Have you been following this discussion for longer, or have you just
> joined? Reason I'm asking is that it would allow me to get an idea of
> which past communications on this list you are likely to have seen, and
> then to understand why this one in particular prompted you to write your
> first post given that quite a few rudenesses have been exchanged in the
> past.
> If, in response to what you just wrote, I were to ask you to respect
> etiquette, then what would be an appropriate response on your part?
> Would you *not* ask for clarification?
> Do you think that it should be obvious to everyone where a potential
> etiquette violation lies and that Christoph is acting in bad faith when
> he asks for details?
> Is everyone expected, upon receiving a non-concrete message about having
> violated etiquette, to carefully revisit everything they have written
> and ask themselves whether this could be considered offensive? If that
> is what you think is right, would this not be an effective measure to
> silence each and everyone?
> I always thought "gaslighting" was trying to make someone believe
> they're out of their mind, like if I was to make funny noises in a
> conversation and someone would ask what the noises were and I would say
> "haven't heard anything". In your use of the word, would it also apply
> to one person saying "you are impolite!" and the other person saying
> "how so"?
> Bye
> Frederik
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