Ah.. but this is a community type thing. I feel the list would be a lot
less interesting without the human factor. Besides, when I suggest
something that'll fix a problem it's heartening to hear back that the
fix worked and helped someone. :) (personal reply works too, but at
least others know that the solution works as well if it's public.)
You should see the ILUG, or any of the Open Source product mailing
lists. The MySQL list accumulates about a 1000 mails every 10 days. A
lot of it is rubbish but there are some nuggets there. When somebody
replies that a fix worked for them I'd be a lot more likely to implement
that fix in Tradesignals.com too (locally first.. usual disclaimers
about testing before putting something out applies here!)
Anyway, just my two cents.. they keep you too busy at Bupa :)
PS. If anyone's interested, ther are over 80 people on the list. Glad to
see such support for Linux, whether in Cork or elsewhere!
Conor Lynch wrote:
> However, I'd like to ask that opinions that are meant SOLELY for one
> person be sent
> to that one person and NOT to everyone.
> I am a kind of busy so I don't have all day to listen open e-mails which
> contain nothing
> more than a previous e-mail but with
> "Yeah right"
>> "I hear ya"
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