[CentOS] WOW

Tue Apr 11 17:15:18 UTC 2006
rado <rado at ideallightinginc.com>

On Tue, 2006-04-11 at 08:10 -0500, Chris Peikert wrote:
> I couldn’t help but take notice at some of the responses that were
> coming in from when I was posting questions due to my ignorance of
> Linux. Some people were quick to help, some advanced users I am sure
> ignored me because im not worth their time, and then some other users
> tried to help but was unable to dumb their speech down to newb levels.
> However I am thankful that there is people here to help out. I am
> hoping someone with CentOS will take notice at my difficulty in
> finding the bloody manuals and will put a link for future newbs that
> says “Download Manuals Here”.  I also hope in the future if I have
> questions I will be able to get the answers I seek and those who
> helped me before will be able to help me again. 

hummm, I don't really know how to take this msg. 1st, This msg is flows
by really a theme that is really the "goodness of the heart" of just
about everyone. This is not really a business kind of a deal. If you
hang around linux very long you should most likely capture this theme
that is prominent in most linux distros, I can only speak of my
experience for sure. I can say this that regardless who answers you, in
most cases you will get the info you need if it is begotten. Everyone
has their own things they do. Just because some of the really really
knowledgeable users don't jump right in constantly and answer every
little question does not mean anything that everyone has their own
things they are trying to accomplish and their time doesn't provide.
I dunno, but I just have a hard time picturing some of the very advanced
users looking down at anyone because they are new at this. I do know
from my own experience that they will help anyone w/out even thinking of
the level of the users. I have asked too many questions here that were
answered by oh so many to make me ever think any other way on this. You
are messing w/a great bunch of people here that truly play this game in
the spirit of the linux open source.

John Rose