Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 21st Mar 2013 20:17 UTC
In the News "An incident at the annual Python developer conference has led to allegations of sexism, death threats, the firings of two people, and - apparently - multiple DDoS (distributed denial-of-service) attacks." Absolutely bizarre.
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RE[11]: Overblown and beyond...
by Kochise on Tue 26th Mar 2013 14:46 UTC in reply to "RE[10]: Overblown and beyond..."
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I don't always refute your calling me a name because it's fun enough. I use sarcasm, you take it on the first degree. You call me "miso" but you also show your true 'face' with your "male chauvinist pigs, sexists and
misogynists". Something against men ? Going personal ?

It's hard for me to understand you taking her side as well without making the slighest doubt about her own version, like she tells always the truth. Like she is an innocent little girl with big glaring eyes looking at you, about to cry. I don't buy that shit !

She clearly wanted to make this affair big, since she took a picture of the guys, a grin on her face. She clearly planned, may I say calculated, that they should get banned from PyCon, at best. But that so got fired in the process took everyone at surprise, me included.

However I can understand SendGrid : if you have someone like this in your staff, how could you trust him/her in the long run not to use such a nasty trick against you or one of your collegue ? Be it from a man or a woman.


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