Kae Verens wrote:
> Josh Glover wrote:
> >> personally, I don't really mind if people post immediately to
> mailing lists,
> >> as long as the post is reasonable and a genuine attempt to solicit an
> >> answer.
> > I agree; I just think it is a bit silly for an ILUG newbie to lecture
> > someone like you, who has been on ILUG for at least three years, and
> > probably longer (AFAIK).
>> at least seven by my reckoning 
>> Of course, the real action happens in IRC - #linux on irc.linux.ie (come
> on in - the water's lovely)
>> /me considers changing the topic
>>> 0. http://mail.linux.ie/pipermail/ilug/2001-January/027276.html
Ahhh - gotta love archives!
Isn't it great that the very first message on ilug (at least according to
the archives) was spam:
I think that nicely closes the loop on this thread.
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