Bug found: no documentation on REST interface]

Way to ruin an opensource developer’s evening #1. File a "bug report"
like this.

Does anyone here happen to know ‘Brian Kroger’ is or why he has such a
problem interacting with an open source project like an adult?

-j

[fsck.com #8625] Bug found: no documentation on REST interface.eml (2.67 KB)

What a sweetheart! Just ignore him Jesse. I know I will!On 11/2/07, Jesse Vincent jesse@bestpractical.com wrote:

Way to ruin an opensource developer’s evening #1. File a “bug report”
like this.

Does anyone here happen to know ‘Brian Kroger’ is or why he has such a
problem interacting with an open source project like an adult?

-j

Fri Nov 02 19:39:46 2007: Request 8625 was acted upon.
Transaction: Ticket created by bryan.kroger@gmail.com
Queue: rt3
Subject: Bug found: no documentation on REST interface
Owner: Nobody
Requestors: bryan.kroger@gmail.com
Status: new
Ticket <URL: http://rt3.fsck.com//Ticket/Display.html?id=8625 >

You idiots seemed to have left out the documentation for your REST
interface.

If all google can find in the way of manuals for your water head abortion
you call a ticketing system is a freakin MICROSOFT DOC FILE you know you’ve
sunk to new lows.
download.bestpractical.com/pub/rt/contrib/ gone
Wow guys, you rock! That’s raising the bar all the way up to “polished
turd” level! Grats!

I work for a very large social networking company and apparently pissed off
someone enough that I’m being punished by having to figure out how to use
your “software.” You guys really make the case for creating laws that ban
certain people from ever touching a keyboard. Like you, I agree that
punishment of this degree continues cruel and unusual punishment, but
whatever.

Take that how you will, your site sucks, your software sucks, and your more
then welcome to blast off on me all you want. It’s not going to change the
fact that you apes are the fungal infection on the ball sack of humanity.

Have a great fucking day!


-Krogebry


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Google found this:
http://www.shinmashii.net/

He seems very unhappy with the world.
Andrew

Jesse Vincent wrote:

and apparently pissed off someone enough that I’m being punished

Wow, really? I find it hard to believe that someone who has such a
pleasant disposition would attract negative attention.

My 2cents worth:
RT is awesome, it’s the best tool I have, aside from ssh :slight_smile:
It is an excellent example of why Open Source is the future of
software/solutions.

Andrew

Jesse Vincent wrote:

I recommend we figure out where he works and send it directly to his CEO.

Mathew
Keep up with my goings on at http://theillien.blogspot.com

Andrew Smith wrote:

Sounds like a case for offering to sell support…at a 400% markup.

Although I did get a chuckle out of “fungal infection on the ball sack
of humanity.” But I’m a child like that.

Jesse Vincent wrote:

He has a blog… http://www.shinmashii.net/ Sounds like
he is a very unpleasant person in most areas of his life
and not liked by many.

He will likely never has an appreciation for open source
or the people who donate their time to create and maintain
it.

RT is great and RT Essentials is plenty of documentation.

ToddOn Fri, 02 Nov 2007 21:21:00 -0400 Jesse Vincent jesse@bestpractical.com wrote:

Way to ruin an opensource developer’s evening #1. File a
“bug report”
like this.

Does anyone here happen to know ‘Brian Kroger’ is or why
he has such a
problem interacting with an open source project like an
adult?

-j

Todd schrieb:

He has a blog… http://www.shinmashii.net/ Sounds like he is a very
unpleasant person in most areas of his life and not liked by many.

Yeah, but he’s defintely the “Brian Kroger” who made that “bug report”.
http://www.shinmashii.net/?p=28#comments

If we continue to post in this thread (mentioning his name: Brian
Kroger), even more Google hits will point his name to it (it’s not a
very common name, it seems).
So his future employers get a good idea of him :wink:

Hm. The SSL Certificate on his site lists his location as “Des Moines,
Washington”.
I wonder, which one of these:

he actually works for?

Hm. Found his profile here:
http://www.rentacoder.com/URLSEO/RentACoder/SoftwareCoders/showBioInfo!asp/x!Corvallis/y!Oregon/lngAuthorId!1333636/JGHart.htm
:wink:
He could have smiled, at least.
(He somehow created two profiles there, one short one and a longer one)

The last time he got some attention was here, I think:
http://gallery.shinmashii.net/main.php?g2_itemId=4179

(Found via this posting:
http://readlist.com/lists/gentoo.org/gentoo-user/18/90452.html -
ironically, the poster also has a surname of “Vincent” - can you believe
this?)
That one’s homepage is at http://daevid.com/ - it also lists some other
social networking sites that he’s a member of. I’d hazard a guess that
somewhere in these contacts, we may also find Mr. Kroger (and thus very
likely the company he’s working for). I am not a member of these sites
(and don’t plan to sign up just for that, but if you’re already
subscribed…

So, Bryan, here’s your 15 minutes of fame.
Good luck with the rest of your life.

cheers,
Rainer

Bryan has no interests and 2 friends. Sad Panda.

Ok, no more troll feeding for me.

Rainer Duffner wrote:

To all (including YOU Brian),

I found Jesse's response to Brian's diatribe an indication of extreme 

patience (after all, he has had to deal with me before, he he). I went
to Brian’s little blog site and realized that he views himself as a
really sensitive guy (several of his blogs show sincere concern for
animals and the love of his life) in a world where only a few understand
him and his greatness and the rest are either incredibly stupid OR they
are sinister and are out to get him. HHHHHMMMMMM, does the term “manic
depressive” or “split personality” mean anything in this context? Brian,
you REALLY, REALLY, REALLY need to see a good counselor, get on some
medication, and work on the concept that maybe, just maybe, “YOU’RE the
one with the problem” even once in awhile. I admit that there are a
great deal of idiots in the world (hence the concept and term “Bell
Curve”), and that we live in a society that allows these “bubble heads”,
a term I use for most of the drivers I run into (they are only aware of
the world within the tiny bubble that encircles a 3 foot diameter around
them) to thrive, even to the point of making laws that protect the
weaker and mediocre of our species. However, you cannot possibly be in
touch with reality if you truly believe that EVERYONE around you is at
fault or CAUSE of the problem. I’d advise you to “Look at yourself” to
see what you are truly saying, but that would be a mistake as you
already exhibit indications that you are “out of touch” with reality. In
this world we work in (“computer” people), there will still be some of
these “lesser” individuals you so adamantly believe you have identified
as everyone else but you, however, the majority of us REALLY, REALLY,
REALLY are as smart as you and believe it or not (I’m sure you won’t
right now until you get some help) some of us are even SMARTER than you.
All you have done by sending out this incredibly “manic” vitriol is
identify yourself as someone to be ignored (at best) by some and mocked
as a fool by others. Whatever your intent was when you sent out your
incredibly short-sighted and self-delusional comments, you FAILED!!
MISERABLY!!!
Jesse, you have heard me complain before (sorting queries by Custom
Fields) and even though I believe I had a point or two, I am not only
using your system aggressively, I highly recommend it to anyone who
needs any kind of tracking/audit (history) mechanism. I’ve been in this
computer world (we use to call it Data Processing) for several (more
than 3) decades (I have written code in more than 30 languages) and the
only complaint I really have is that it HAS evolved a little too fast
for the documentation (and good QA testing) to keep up. But sometimes
that IS the price of progress. I think you have a REALLY fine tool and
it is designed so well, with it’s flexibility (perl scrips, global/queue
rights, etc) that I am having a blast administrating it here at my place
of employment. When I retire in a few years, I hope to do a little
consulting on the side helping other companies set up RT and use it like
we are here.
Keep up the good work and KNOW that the one guy who IS marching out of
step with the rest of the group is NOT correct, even though his mom
thinks so.

Kenn
LBNLOn 11/2/2007 6:21 PM, Jesse Vincent wrote:

Way to ruin an opensource developer’s evening #1. File a “bug report”
like this.

Does anyone here happen to know ‘Brian Kroger’ is or why he has such a
problem interacting with an open source project like an adult?

-j



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