[CentOS] Re: plan of action?

Steven Vishoot sir_funzone at yahoo.com
Fri Sep 16 18:10:13 UTC 2005

--- Les Mikesell <lesmikesell at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Fri, 2005-09-16 at 09:12, Tom Cat wrote:
> > What I encountered here is just horrible.  I've
> only seen about a
> > day's worth of posts, but it is one of the worst
> flame wars I've ever
> > seen.  I'm of course not going use CentOS either. 
> With a list like
> > this there will never be any support if I run into
> a problem.  
> I think you've completely missed the big picture. 
> Centos works so well
> the people using it have little to do but type
> lengthy emails that
> are misinterpreted by others...  Most of the flame
> sequences here have
> in fact been triggered by posters offering too much
> information and
> alternate, perhaps better approaches to a problem
> the original poster
> refused to consider or politely ignore.  I haven't
> noticed any lack of
> answers to any requests for help regardless of what
> else might be going
> by.  
> -- 
>   Les Mikesell
>     lesmikesell at gmail.com
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I agree with Les 150%, everytime i have had a question
it has been answered and has helped me so much. To be
honest i have to thank the Centos Team for all hard
work and many hours they donate to keep this project
going. I did not realize how much time some of the
developers were putting in until couple of them gave
examples of the time they spend here. If i had a job
right now i wouldn't hesitate to give them a donation,
maybe when my business gets up and running i can make
that a number 1 priority to donate. Again thank you
guys and gals and whatever else there are :-).

Owner and Operator of Little Art Store, Inc.


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