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October 21, 2011, 08:06:15 PM
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This may beis a tad bit obnoxious, but out of the blue I was banned from EFNet #unallocatedspace and I eventually learned it was in relation to bitcoin.

http://pastebin.com/ke8ck5za

This seems kinda familiar.

I'm still awaiting unban, but meh, it doesn't matters I guess.
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October 21, 2011, 11:53:57 PM
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tl;dr

No one cares if people don't like you.
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October 22, 2011, 12:16:21 AM
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Lesson: Not every place in the interwebz is like this forum in relation to bans Roll Eyes

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October 22, 2011, 12:24:19 AM
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There are lots of IRC channels which will ban a newcomer who comes in, shows little interest in the purpose of the channel, and appears to want to pursue their own agenda regardless of the current topic.  You mightn't see what you did as spamming the channel, but I can see why they did.

All I can say is that this is Bitcoin. I don't believe it until I see six confirmations.
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October 22, 2011, 10:20:19 AM
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There are lots of IRC channels which will ban a newcomer who comes in, shows little interest in the purpose of the channel, and appears to want to pursue their own agenda regardless of the current topic.  You mightn't see what you did as spamming the channel, but I can see why they did.

I was in the channel for at least a week without getting banned and then all of a sudden without having said anything for 7+ days, ban....

yeah, tl;dr, nobody cares, so wtfever. ^_^
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October 22, 2011, 02:24:23 PM
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There are lots of IRC channels which will ban a newcomer who comes in, shows little interest in the purpose of the channel, and appears to want to pursue their own agenda regardless of the current topic.  You mightn't see what you did as spamming the channel, but I can see why they did.

I was in the channel for at least a week without getting banned and then all of a sudden without having said anything for 7+ days, ban....

yeah, tl;dr, nobody cares, so wtfever. ^_^

I think some of us care.  I just think this one is a little less black and white.  People bringing up bitcoin in unrelated areas can be seen as pushing/spaming it.  Since you are not in the local area of this hackerspace, bringing up bitcoin can be seen as spam.  I don't agree, but I can see how others would feel that way. 

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October 22, 2011, 02:33:57 PM
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ready?   inc run-on-sentence...

I understand, and I do agree since I am not local to most of the hackerspaces around the world, that as part of one or more of my efforts to as littly as possible (just more than not at all) mention things that are newsworthy in relation to bitcoin, it can seem undesirable especially in the case of recognizing such communications originating form a single person or entity as being the same communications reciprocated to others in other locations and especially in the case where such communications are to others that are not family, friends, co-workers, peers or anyone else that has an established localized affiliation or recognition.

*breath*

Basically, I should accept and consider more so that such unfriendliness (see thread title) iswas not entirely accurate and instead I should consider more so myself as being promoted or described in a way that better realistically evaluates that instead I am not so HuhHuhHuh.

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I should consider more so myself...
If it's even worthy of discussing at all, which in this case, it's not, but I seemed to have brought attention to it anyway.
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