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[–] fruitViking 0 points 41 points (+41|-0) ago 

His first mistake was engaging them in the bug reporting section of github. He should have deleted and reported the comment.

That was my first thought. How is "the maintainer is transphobic" a bug in the software?

His second mistake was engaging the SJW at all. They feed on negative energy. They are drama vampires.

I'm thinking that the people who engaged her wanted some drama, too, or else they just wanted to argue. Having this discussion on Github is beyond ridiculous.

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[–] umilmi81 0 points 9 points (+9|-0) ago 

I'm thinking that the people who engaged her wanted some drama, too, or else they just wanted to argue. Having this discussion on Github is beyond ridiculous.

You're definitely right but you can't out-drama a social justice warrior. Don't even try.

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[–] HighlandValley 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I'm convinced that people who engage SJWs are hoping they can simply be clinical and efficient in their approach and will cause others to jump to their defense. However, non-SJWs almost axiomatically don't get worked up about things like this, sometimes to a fault. The people whose Jimmies are subject to rustling will be the ones to join in the conversation, which is why it's best not to engage.

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[–] lovedumplingx 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

Yeah...one guy literally said, "It's that I've got the energy to spare that I'm willing to speak up and say something." OMG who the hell cares. It's a technology discussion not a forum for social agenda items.

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[–] SevereHeebieJeebies 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

It hurts me that this level of drama reached github.