# Robert Sweetnam wrote:
# > Yep I'm afraid I'll have to agree with the masses.
# > I submitted a question regarding window managers and how to configure
# > (linux related???? I thought so.)
# > no body else thought so. Not a single reply, mind you there were dozens
# > about a SCSI adapter/converter, either everyone who thinks they know
# > everyone on the list are a bunch of dopey bastar&s or you think that
I was chatting with Richard Rowe a while back and he told me that
one thing about the ilug list which he is greatly happy with is that
postings are replied to with no disrespect. I think I may be paraphrasing
Let's not deviate to immature name calling.
As David Murphy put it just now, nobody is obliged to answer questions
on this list - everything is voluntary here.
# > I would like to thank Colm Buckley for his efforts with the entire
# > ILUG operation, you have done a fantastic job [...]
# Much more praise should go to Michael Moyna, Alan
# Judge and Brian Boyle at Indigo for their *extremely*
# generous donation
# of the webfarm space and their assistance in setting it up, and to Ken
# Guest and the Web team, who put far more effort into the Linux.IE
# "experience" than I ever could.
thanks/praise should also go to everybody who has taken the time
to write content for the site - Donncha, Kate, Kenn, Kevin, Owen...
Hang on a tic - this is starting to sound like the oscars or something.
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