[SATLUG] DD-WRT presentation from the last meeting.

Peter Cross pjcrux at gmail.com
Tue Mar 16 17:06:55 CDT 2010


lol... Now that that's taken care of....

Ernest whenever you can kind sir, I would appreciate it.

On Tue, Mar 16, 2010 at 4:56 PM, Bruce Dubbs <bruce.dubbs at gmail.com> wrote:

> pcdls.ronin wrote:
>
>> Herb Cee wrote:
>>
>>> Peter Cross wrote:
>>>
>>>> First my apologies for spamming the list.
>>>>
>>>> Ernest, I don't have your email address. Did you have a presentation
>>>> (powerpoint, pdf, etc) from the last meeting that I can take a look
>>>> at. I
>>>> wasn't able to make the meeting.
>>>>
>>>> Once again my apologies.
>>>>
>>> hmmm confused why is this spam ... this ? may be but ....
>>>
>>>  Yeah, I thought that was a little weird, too.....according to Wikipedia:
>>
>> "Spam has several definitions varying by source.
>>
>>    * /Unsolicited bulk e-mail/ (UBE)—unsolicited e-mail, sent in large
>>      quantities.
>>    * /Unsolicited commercial e-mail/ (UCE)—this more restrictive
>>
>>      definition is used by regulators whose mandate is to regulate
>>      commerce, such as the U.S. Federal Trade Commission
>>      <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_Trade_Commission>."
>>
>>
>> I don't think that email was either unsolicited (you are a member of
>> this list, after all) nor distributed in large quantities.  Nor was it
>> commercial in nature.  I wouldn't sweat it or apologize for it.  But, I
>> guess, ultimately, that's up to the guys managing the list.  ;)
>>
>
> Well, I manage the list and I don't consider it spam.  There was a single
> destination and it was on-topic arising from the last meeting.
>
>  -- Bruce
>
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