Giorgio Maone wrote:The apology comes together with the release notes page, opened automatically when you install or update NoScript.
If they read the apology, they should have read also the announcement of the filterset (it was in the same box).
And yes, I read the changelog of any product I upgrade, even for those for which I need to go manually to the relevant page.
BTW, since some there also suggested that NoScript was too simple to require so many update, why didn't just check the changelog (or the code, for who's capable to)?
Giorgio Maone wrote:However, putting my apologies well in evidence on the release notes page seemed and still seems to me the most honest ...
Guest wrote:Redemption is not for everyone. You don't get to judge how you are redeemed.
aZmoDen wrote:That is an excellent point. A little less rabbid hatred and a bit of a break will not only help someone out but will do yourself alot of good too. Ever wondered why the angry and abusive people get hit health problems? if not for anyone else, do yourself a favour and get back to whats important in life.
aZmoDen wrote:Ever wondered why the angry and abusive people get hit health problems?
Guest wrote:Guest wrote:Giorgio Maone wrote:But please believe that it was made out of anger and hurry, rather than greed, since at that time literally everything was blocked by EasyList on my sites.
These filters were needed to block the ads on your site and because you kept changing them (and you still are changing them). Breaking a site of you was never intended but Ares needed to change the filters in this way only to block the ads.
That is Giorgio's right. Ares stepped over the line when he blocked everything because Giorgio was keeping one step ahead of him. Then Giorgio did a big no-no with his dicking around with the ABP code. However, Ares really should have his face in the dirt, like Giorgio, because he is the person who chose to escalate this time and time again.
Guest wrote:He could just remove his redirect at this point and everything would have been ok then but he wanted the ads to be displayed at any cost.
Alan Baxter wrote:...including breaking his web site until he capitulated.
dan wrote: I believe that you apology should be to all users of NoScript, not just to ABP users.
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