[oclug] Community Code
miden at travel-net.com
Fri Apr 29 22:38:53 EDT 2005
I come home, turn on the box, start reading a thread started by an idea
for a program that I'm happily thinking would reflect well on the
gnu/linux/oclug community, see some additional interesting information
Followed by absolute silence.
I may disagree with Jon... frequently, but really now...
Hope tomorrow's a better day for all.
At band camp, one time, Raymond Wood said:
> On Fri, Apr 29, 2005 at 03:58:36PM -0400, Jon Earle imagined:
>>On Fri, 29 Apr 2005, Sean Hammond wrote:
>>>I'm usually supposed to be on the left side, but I think I've
>>>inadvertantly landed on the right here.
>>>But I wanted it to be a grassroots, community thing!
>>I'm more right of centre, but not as much as some choose to believe.
> Jon, apparently you have no idea whatsoever how redneck your political
> and social views actually are.
> I (and others) have endured your political tirades on this list for some
> years, and I will probably continue to do so since my current
> 'patience-man-patience' training program is going reasonably well ;-)
> I am, however, going to insist that if you must initiate/continue this
> kind of neo-conservative propaganda dissemination in threads that cease
> to have any real relevance to the topic of GNU/Linux, that you kindly
> mark the 'Subject' field off-topic/[OT] in accordance with the
> longstanding policy of this venerable mailing list.
> Failure to show at least this minimal amount of courtesy to the list
> members will result in an eventual *plonk* sound echoing in my killfile.
> Please don't take this personally, as this applies also to a few other
> 'usual suspects' on the list who continue to abuse the other members
> with off-topic threads that are, rather ignorantly IMHO, not marked
> Nuff said.
> Have Fun with GNU/Linux,
When the chips are down the buffalo is empty. Buffalo zen.
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