[oclug] Re: CIAO OCLUG
raywood at magma.ca
Mon Feb 19 23:33:30 EST 2001
Gentle OCLUGers :) ,
Must be the time of the year or something (spring is coming people :)
I think our own Chris H. had the right idea - it's gotta be about FUN
folks, cos we all have more differences than similarities, and if we
concentrate on the former we'll just flame each other to death. Let's
concentrate on Linux, Tolerance, and Fun, and help each other (and
others) out with this fantastic OS. If somebody rubs you the wrong way,
then either choose *playful* debate, or else press the 'Del' key.
Raymond (Ra ra) Wood
On Mon, Feb 19, 2001 at 09:37:18PM -0500, Michael H. Collins wrote:
> What is up with it? Austinlug, NYlug and OClug. The only ones i
> really watch and all three are flaming each other to death.
> ALG seems to have calmed some. Course their server is down and
> disputed. The meetings about said server are volatile themselves.
> Come on everybody. Lets just try and get along. Join all thes groups
> and help them.
> Richard Lamothe wrote:
> > On Mon, 19 Feb 2001, Mark Drummond wrote:
> >> Hands down the most pathetic thread
> > Pathetic indeed, especially given the enormous contribution David Skoll
> > has made to OCLUG, either by way of presentations at our monthly meetings
> > backed up by publicly accessible downloads from his website, or the
> > many code fixes and original programs he has openly published on this
> > list. Too bad that 2 or 3 blabbermouths have been allowed to engage in
> > specious soporific drivel that is so failing in equality of
> > contribution.
> > I say this as someone who has been a member of this list since 1998
> > and as someone who does not write code.
> > I am amazed that he continues to waste his valuable time on this
> > list. As many know, most people of David's knowledge and qualifications
> > have already departed. I rather suspect that OCLUG will continue, and
> > deservedly so, on its continuuing path of total decline into insignificance
> > and irrelevance as an innovative forum for the promotion and discussion of
> > Linux/OpenSource/FreeSoftware.
> > Too bad, indeed.
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