[SATLUG] Help with tutorials
Ernest De Leon
edeleonjr at gmail.com
Tue Jun 23 14:34:21 CDT 2009
Don't sweat it Todd. This happens from time to time. You were just being
inquisitive about a new product from Opera. Nothing wrong with that.
Everyone will move on as normal.
I know I posted it on another topic (list?) but have you checked out the
plain old webserver (POW) add-on for firefox? It has some similarity with
Unite. I use it a lot for development.
On Tue, Jun 23, 2009 at 2:29 PM, redpill-master <toddwbucy at grandecom.net>wrote:
> OK since I was the one who had his head bitten off, please let this be
> the last comment on this topic.
> now can we all just move on
> On Tue, 2009-06-23 at 14:13 -0500, Michael wrote:
> > John D Choate wrote:
> > > John C
> > >
> > > Sigh... yet another SATLUG user added to my filters to go straight to
> > > trash. I think this makes it 3 now who have been granted that honor. I
> > > was actually finding the information in this thread interesting and
> > > now this.
> > Forgive me for lecturing the list but it is proven that negative
> > reinforcement is /still/ reinforcement. From an elementary school
> > teacher's point of view, my two cents is that it is better to just go
> > ahead and put the individual in question in your kill file/filter/list
> > and *not post anything* on the list about it.
> > I have only been watching the list for a few months and I am impressed
> > how little negativity this list has. If the last eight months are any
> > indication, this list has some real high caliber people posting to it.
> > Compared to some other lists that I have been on and some that I am
> > still on, this list is by far the best as far as noise to content ratio.
> > Mike
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