On Mon, Aug 28, 2006 at 11:21:17PM IST, Owen O' Shaughnessy
<owen.oshaughnessy at gmail.com> incoherently babbled:
/me puts on SAGE-IE hat
> AFAIK... sage-ie runs off linux...
Yes, it runs on Debian.
> anyone know what mailing list
> software sage-ie uses for their users mailing list?
> Would just like to add it to my list of software to avoid, as even the
> pro's can't maintain it.
I know this is blatent trolling, but here's a funny thought:
Being professional sysadmins, it means we don't always have time _after_
work to keep the SAGE-IE mailing list running.
Additionally, the server experiences occasional connectivity hiccups
that we are unable to avoid. We're working to address the issue and
offer additional services than just the mailing list
Personally I find the regular face to face meetups to be even more
beneficial than the list but hey, that's just me...
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