Don't ban him. He hates, like me, companies who are against open source and you are getting some of the heat since you defend them. I really don't understand why do you defend these companies and what are you doing here. For example, I know that Nvidia, does a good job supporting Linux with their binary blob, but they have no excuse not releasing the documentation and not making their driver open source.
So stop complaining about asdx when he tells you to fuck off when you are defending a shitty company, he is right.
I only get angry when someone insults me for expressing my views on FOSS and blobs, and they insult me for supporting FOSS, then I insult them back for supporting blobs.
But it's pointless because those people seems to have forgotten what made Linux so great, the idea of working together and FOSS, etc.
So I won't bother trying to explain anymore, I hope they realize they are hurting Linux with blobs before it's too late.
We should not forget what made Linux great (FOSS, the people, etc), I believe that allowing blobs in our system is like insulting the work of thousand of other people. So I don't want to go there.
We should strieve for what made Linux and FOSS great and never, at any cost, deviate from that.
.. the ignore list! (while looking to delete my account on this sorry forum half-filled with posters of questionable intelligence and a loud mouth)
But its really hard to take you seriously and any apology you say for disrespect when I've got something like "Location: with your sister" staring me in the face every time you post. I use that as an example because I just noticed it and that's just blatant flame-bait.
Although I like what AMD/Intel has done for open source in the last years, especially Intel.
I simply want the best for Linux, that is, in-kernel open source drivers.
I simply want companies to respect Linux and the FOSS ideology, otherwise they are just hurting the Linux community with proprietary blobs, and it concerns me what the outcome of this proprietary/blob direction could be in the long run.