[Computer-go] AlphaGo Zero SGF - Free Use or Copyright?
jim.oflaherty.jr at gmail.com
Tue Oct 24 06:19:37 PDT 2017
David Ongaro and Xavier Combelle,
I am respectfully requesting you stop inappropriately discussing and
addressing the person Robert Jasiek in your posts. He has not acted in any
way inappropriate on this list (I fully read every post). Therefore he
hasn't done anything which needs to be addressed regarding his
participation. However, each of you are acting inappropriately. Neither of
you are the final arbiter of what is valuable and/or appropriate for dialog
on this forum. And each of you has wandered into the space of inappropriate
discussion of a contributor here.
I enjoy Robert's posts. All of them. Yes, that includes the ones about
which each of you are complaining. Just because you do not value them
doesn't mean I don't value them. And, I also know there are others who ALSO
value Robert's posts. All of them.
As was said in an earlier reply, your email has a simple filtering
function. If you do not like a particular person's posts to this email
list, simply add their email to your list of blocked/ignored so it goes to
your spam or trash buckets and you never see it. IOW, please take
responsibility for your character and behavior and refrain from posting
non-Go related diatribes ESPECIALLY about other participating members.
On Tue, Oct 24, 2017 at 5:42 AM, <david.ongaro at hamburg.de> wrote:
> On 2017-10-23 at 23:56, Thomas Rohde <tom at bonobo.com> wrote:
> > On 2017-10-23 at 19:15, Xavier Combelle <xavier.combelle at gmail.com>
> > > Hi Robert Jasiek,
> > >
> > > you might have a delusional way to see the game of go and life,
> > this is quite an insult
> Do you consider Robert's style of discussion "kind"? I for my part do not.
> I'm not saying that Robert's research in the area of Go corner cases
> doesn't have any value, it certainly has. One probably needs a certain kind
> of dedication to do it. But trying to bend every topic into this area is
> more often than not uncalled for.
> I don't know what it is. Maybe it's a certain kind of arrogance, resulting
> from the fact of knowing more than anybody else about a certain area in Go.
> But in the end it doesn't matter what it is, we all have our faults. What
> matters is that I very seldom saw a discussion with Robert lead to anything.
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