[Hpr] Harassment

jason jason.s.dodd at gmail.com
Mon Dec 16 18:20:15 PST 2019


It matters but that's a different topic.  The topic at hand is how HPR 
behaves and the environment it creates and supports.

On 12/16/19 8:35 PM, brian via Hpr wrote:
> i believe it does matter how the individuals behave, else there is 
> nothing to discuss... this is the devolution of conversation that i 
> was referring to, and i will not add to this amplification any longer. 
> i have no information, and trust ken.
> --brian
> -------- Original Message --------
> On Dec 16, 2019, 18:24, jason < jason.s.dodd at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>     In my opinion the point at hand is regarding how hpr behaves, not
>     how the harassed or harassed behaves.  Those are important points
>     but not really the point of the discussion.
>
>     On 12/16/19 7:33 PM, brian via Hpr wrote:
>>     this kind of escalation seems to be common lately. let us not
>>     allow it to invade... our community is one of inclusiveness, and
>>     i have not seen the contrary, except for a brief
>>     spaceman/vulgarity moment. i feel we were civil in that instance,
>>     and we can remain so now. realize that tone and tact are left to
>>     be interpreted by the reader. paul was offering a positive
>>     thought in my opinion, while it may have been heard as callous to
>>     jason. i still have no context with this incident, so the
>>     discussion is of harassment in general. this has many
>>     connotations to us all.
>>     --brian
>>     -------- Original Message --------
>>     On Dec 16, 2019, 16:30, Jason Scott < jason at textfiles.com> wrote:
>>
>>
>>         Spoken like someone who has never really been harassed.
>>
>>         On Sat, Dec 14, 2019 at 1:34 PM Paul Quirk <paul at pquirk.com
>>         <mailto:paul at pquirk.com>> wrote:
>>
>>             At some point, those who are being harassed need to
>>             recognize the fact
>>             that they have the power to ignore their harassers and
>>             recognize that
>>             engaging with certain personalities that conflict with
>>             your own as a
>>             complete waste of your time. Just go on doing what you're
>>             doing; life's
>>             too short to not have fun, and I for one think that we
>>             should all
>>             consider that perhaps those who are harassing others have
>>             their own
>>             personal issues to deal with. If you think of your
>>             harasser as a 5 year
>>             old brat who never grew up beyond the playground taunts,
>>             it becomes much
>>             easier to dismiss them as such. Seriously though, mental
>>             illness is a
>>             big issue in today's high paced, highly competitive,
>>             stressed out and
>>             drugged up world, and often finding compassion for those
>>             you feel are
>>             harassing you can lead to a long term sense of
>>             well-being. That's
>>             another two cents from me, I'm almost up to a nickel now. :)
>>
>>             On 2019-12-14 10:52 a.m., lostnbronx wrote:
>>             > When you think about it, it's surprising we haven't had
>>             this problem
>>             > before. Unless we did, and it just wasn't brought to light.
>>             >
>>             > Can we assume the harassment source was from within the
>>             community, and
>>             > not just from random trolls on the Internet? I think
>>             removing email
>>             > addresses of hosts is a great first step, at any rate.
>>             >
>>             > A CoC would give the admins the power to act without
>>             having to seek
>>             > community consensus on every incident. It would also
>>             provide clear
>>             > guidelines for community members and admins alike
>>             regarding how to
>>             > behave, and what will happen if you don't.
>>             >
>>             > It makes me sad that we need this, but I guess we were
>>             overdue.
>>             >
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