Doesn't it make developers mad??
canllaith at yahoo.co.uk
Fri Oct 29 05:27:04 BST 2004
On Friday 29 October 2004 16:42, Christian Einfeldt wrote:
>> On Thursday 28 October 2004 20:19, J Hall wrote:
>> > >> This is something that comes up now and then, and perhaps we
>> > >> should make a FAQ entry about it.
>> > >> Like that coral though, we're tough, and growing, and even
>> > >> when we move on, we leave behind something to remember us by.
>> > >> Something we made together, as a community, but it wouldn't
>> > >> have been exactly the way it is, without each of our
>> > >> contributions shaping the whole.
>> > >>
>> > >> Regards,
>> > >> --
>> > >> Lauri Watts
>> > Slightly OT, I think I remember the name Lauri Watts from my
>> > first experiment of using KDE on linux quite a few years ago,
>> > before I had an internet connection. The documentation I read
>> > helped me gain confidence fast, and my computing and networking
>> > skills are where they are today because I didn't give up on linux
>> > when it was 'too hard' - I read the documentation wonderful
>> > people like you wrote instead. Because of my successful home
>> > linux experiment as a teenager I now make a good living from Unix
>> > support. God bless :)
>> > J Hall
>> Hi Jon,
>> boy, I would like to film you telling this story for our documentary
>> movie, the Digital Tipping Point. Are you perchance flying to San
>> Francisco anytime in the next 90 days?
>> Any other developers out here in the SF bay area on this list with a
>> similar story? We have already filmed Nat Friedman, Miguel de
>> Icaza, Brian Behlendorf, Maddog Hall, Don Becker, Ted T'so, and
>> Christian Einfeldt
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