> Other people may be inspired by John's work to produce something even
> better. Perhaps IEWEBS might have something to offer as its corporate
> donation to the ILUG :-)
>Don't you think that if I had time I would have offered already? But no
actually, that's a lie, because if I *did* donate a set of templates, I'm 100%
certain that at least two whining maggots on this list would say that they
weren't suitable because $blah, which roughly translates to, "my ego is coming
out my navel, and I feel like showing everyone what a big boy I am". No, I'll
keep 'em for someone who'll show a little appreciation thanks. Maybe I'll donate
a packet of Huggies Pull-Ups instead.
> Never gets delivered ?! You want a freebie, you go pick it up from the
> person who has possession of it (I have a copy of SuSE 7 which was given to
> the ILUG - the person who had it offered it to the list, I took him up, and
> I went and collected it). Would you like for someone to come install it for
> you too ?
>Jesus, you can't even drop a malicious hint now and they jump down your throat.
Talk about touchy.
> Well, there's always AT LEAST ONE begrudger in any organisation, so you
> might be on your own - OTOH . . . . . .
>Read the email I replied to again and tell me who's the begrudger. I've been on
WEBDEV since Day One, and that's the best proposed design I've seen yet,
although to be honest, why a redev of linux.ie is being discussed on WEBDEV is
beyond me. And ye accuse me of going off-topic...
But maybe it's the ieWebs company motto getting in the way: "Just take the
goddamned templates and build a bloody site around them NOW, and stop pissing
about you MORON." Funny, it seems to work for us.
Anyone for some red tape? Only three million Euros a roll...
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