I am not content with the name "StealTicket"

Hello,

everybody using RT properly knows the right StealTicket in order to take
a ticket over. As a believing Christian, I am not content with that
name as I do not want to steal anything. It is better to name that right
"TakeTicketOver", so it is granted that the user takes a ticket over
with permission of the user.

By the RT should create a new right called “ConfiscateTicket”, that the
means that user can confiscate a ticket. Such a right is very useful if
the ticket contains racial or pornographic content.

Greetings,

Wolfram

As a unix sysadmin for an Oracle farm and a Christian myself, I’m mildly
amused by the fact that I have to ‘kill’ processes all the time. But
it’s a purely semantic issue and I’d feel rather absurd to want to muddy
the language with this politically correct rewording. I’d argue that
the spirit of what’s happening here is not at odds with the spirit of
the biblical mandate. Not that I’m a vegetarian or something, but when
you eat fish, you also kill them. I think that to split hairs to this
level would be an injustice and an insult to the spirit of scripture.On 08/02/10 09:53, Wolfram Huettermann wrote:

Hello,

everybody using RT properly knows the right StealTicket in order to take
a ticket over. As a believing Christian, I am not content with that name
as I do not want to steal anything. It is better to name that right
"TakeTicketOver", so it is granted that the user takes a ticket over
with permission of the user.

By the RT should create a new right called “ConfiscateTicket”, that the
means that user can confiscate a ticket. Such a right is very useful if
the ticket contains racial or pornographic content.

Greetings,

Wolfram

Discover RT’s hidden secrets with RT Essentials from O’Reilly Media.
Buy a copy at http://rtbook.bestpractical.com

Sorry if I appear to be dismissive of you remarks, but WTF!!?? People
like you who try to change established methods/semantics/ways of
life/etc to make them comply with their narrow-minded set of moral
practices are making the world we live in one of pathetic situations
where for example, my son can not take out Little Red Riding Hood out of
the school library “because it might upset him” due to its "violent"
content. If you don’t like the term “steal”, change it on your
particular instance of RT but leave the rest of the world alone! I for
one am happy with “stealing” tickets of my colleagues to work on them.
And regarding the “ConfiscateTicket” right, it just goes to show what
sort of bigoted individual you are. Trying to enter in to a dialog about
religious beliefs and “what is right and wrong” on a technical forum is
pathetic, and I feel deeply saddened by having to stoop to your level,
but at the same time I was not going to let the above go unsaid.

Good day to you.-----Original Message-----
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To: rt-users@lists.bestpractical.com
Subject: [rt-users] I am not content with the name “StealTicket”

Hello,

everybody using RT properly knows the right StealTicket in order to take

a ticket over. As a believing Christian, I am not content with that
name as I do not want to steal anything. It is better to name that right

“TakeTicketOver”, so it is granted that the user takes a ticket over
with permission of the user.

By the RT should create a new right called “ConfiscateTicket”, that the
means that user can confiscate a ticket. Such a right is very useful if
the ticket contains racial or pornographic content.

Greetings,

Wolfram

Discover RT’s hidden secrets with RT Essentials from O’Reilly Media.
Buy a copy at http://rtbook.bestpractical.com

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:slight_smile: 100% ack.Am 2010 8 2 16:26 schrieb “Jim Tambling” Jim.Tambling@datatote.co.uk:

Sorry if I appear to be dismissive of you remarks, but WTF!!?? People
like you who try to change established methods/semantics/ways of
life/etc to make them comply with their narrow-minded set of moral
practices are making the world we live in one of pathetic situations
where for example, my son can not take out Little Red Riding Hood out of
the school library “because it might upset him” due to its "violent"
content. If you don’t like the term “steal”, change it on your
particular instance of RT but leave the rest of the world alone! I for
one am happy with “stealing” tickets of my colleagues to work on them.
And regarding the “ConfiscateTicket” right, it just goes to show what
sort of bigoted individual you are. Trying to enter in to a dialog about
religious beliefs and “what is right and wrong” on a technical forum is
pathetic, and I feel deeply saddened by having to stoop to your level,
but at the same time I was not going to let the above go unsaid.

Good day to you.

-----Original Message-----
From: rt-users-bounces@lists.bestpractical.com
[mailto:rt-users-bounces@lists.bestpractical.com] On Behalf Of Wolfram
Huettermann
Sent: 02 August 2010 14:54
To: rt-users@lists.bestpractical.com
Subject: [rt-users] I am not content with the name “StealTicket”

Hello,

everybody using RT properly knows the right StealTicket in order to take

a ticket over. As a believing Christian, I am not content with that
name as I do not want to steal anything. It is better to name that right

“TakeTicketOver”, so it is granted that the user takes a ticket over
with permission of the user.

By the RT should create a new right called “ConfiscateTicket”, that the
means that user can confiscate a ticket. Such a right is very useful if
the ticket contains racial or pornographic content.

Greetings,

Wolfram

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Buy a copy at http://rtbook.bestpractical.com

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Buy a copy at http://rtbook.bestpractical.com

Sorry if I appear to be dismissive of you remarks, but WTF!!?? People
like you who try to change established methods/semantics/ways of
life/etc to make them comply with their narrow-minded set of moral
practices are making the world we live in one of pathetic situations
where for example, my son can not take out Little Red Riding Hood
out of
the school library “because it might upset him” due to its "violent"
content. If you don’t like the term “steal”, change it on your
particular instance of RT but leave the rest of the world alone! I for
one am happy with “stealing” tickets of my colleagues to work on them.
And regarding the “ConfiscateTicket” right, it just goes to show what
sort of bigoted individual you are. Trying to enter in to a dialog
about
religious beliefs and “what is right and wrong” on a technical forum
is
pathetic, and I feel deeply saddened by having to stoop to your level,
but at the same time I was not going to let the above go unsaid.

Good day to you.

He/she is a troll, or attempting Monday humor.

Cheers–

Chahles

Charles Johnson, Vanderbilt University
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