User talk:JWSchmidt/JWSchmidt go fuck yourself

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Wikiversity is bigger than you, me, or for that matter anyone else. Stop personalizing things. Stop worrying about people's agendas. Stop worrying about your agenda. If you have something in particular that you'd like to learn/teach/research, do the work. If you have a problem with me, cormaggio, or anyone else, bring it up on Wikiversity:Community Review. If the only thing you have to offer is your vision, offer it, but don't expect everyone to agree with it.

You seem to have taken the stance that people are either with you or they're against Wikiversity. No matter how firmly you believe that, it's just not true. Stop demonizing, and start talking. Or don't. You've pretty much lost any credibility with me... I'm not alone in feeling that way, and the more you put your agenda above the good of the project, the more other people will feel the same.

You've got a lot of good energy and ideas (or at least you used to). Ditch the hate, embrace the promise. Or just go fuck yourself and go away... at this point I don't care. I really am that disappointed, but I'm starting to get over it now. --SB_Johnny talk 02:52, 18 October 2008 (UTC)

I just want to clearly state my opposition to the "go fuck yourself" comment - it is not at all civil, and I very much hope Johnny retracts it. Cormaggio talk 16:23, 19 October 2008 (UTC)
If SB_Johnny were not a custodian, he would be blocked for incivility or personal attacks. Anyway, there is something curious, he tells JWSchmidt to "Ditch the hate, embrace the promise." and then he talks in that polite way. This is more like a joke than a post. What if JWSchmidt answered the same way? He would be blocked and everybody would call him troll. But, as a custodian did it, very few complain. And... if he ever replies it will be something like: "oh, dudes, you all know it is saying, I did not mean it. I was just saying it in a free way." I thought those comments were only inside wikia, but in something that tries to be like a university and about education? Oh, maybe I quit before I am told to f*** myself, in a block summary.
Stop personalizing things.
The other funny aspect is that SB_Johnny suggests that and then he gets into personal insults. If wikiversity is not about education, at least is about humor.
--Davichito 23:27, 27 December 2008 (UTC)
It's typical of the double standards that pervades WMF-sponsored projects: Free speech for me, but not for thee. —Moulton 16:34, 5 January 2009 (UTC)