I don't think it is so much a matter of getting even...
I wasn't implying that Alonso had that in mind, far from it. It just so happened that, as of now, both did one pretty harsh moves towards the other in the space of a year.
... but a matter of agreeing on what is acceptable and what isn't. In that sense, Monza 11 does not look worse than Germany 10, so I would think both were harsh, but within limits.
Yeah, could agree with that, although I reckon bot were pretty marginal. Just like the MS vs. Hamilton thing.
My question on Monza 11 would be - yes, there isn't enough room, but isn't that what one should expect when following a car into a turn? I mean, if Alonso does not have to give the racing line, why does Vettel expect him to do so? Why start the overtaking in such a compromised point, and then complain that it was compromised?
That's arguing from Alonso point, and fine as such. Vettel would probably argue that he stuck his nose in early enough to deserve recognition (and space), which is also somewhat reasonable, I think. In the end it just played out fine, Alonso acknowledged that it was a bit too close for comfort.
Considering that, and that Vettel did get through unharmed, and that he has done comparable stuff before, I find the complaint to the stewards a wee bit unnecessary (although I'm not sure where it really came from, Vettel himself or the team).