[CentOS] broken GFS

Wed May 14 20:58:30 UTC 2008
Johnny Hughes <johnny at centos.org>

Doug Tucker wrote:
>> This is linked from the CentOS FAQ:
>> http://www.caliburn.nl/topposting.html
>> Akemi
> LOL!  This is just TOO good.
> 1. Because it is proper Usenet Etiquette.
> ...all but dead...I run a usenet server here, had 3 logins last
> month...user base is over 4000...
> 2.    We use a good news reader like Forte Agent.
> OMG.  I haven't used a usenet reader in 10 years for anything.  Assumed
> Forte Agent went out of development years ago.
> I'll stop there, there is not a single thing on that page I can agree with anymore, 
> technology, email and the web have moved on beyond that ideology of old.
> I'm already at about 50% of the time reading email on my iphone mail app.  Like it
> or not for the religious users (and I'll count myself there in many categories), eventually
> most of our mail will be read on a handheld device.  So the 2 line preview pane at the top 
> before deciding to atually open the message becomes very relevant, which does not lend
> itself useful in "bottom posting".  I can't remember the last time I saw a desktop user
> regardless of client not read their mail using the "preview" pane.  They need to just 
> rename that, as people even rarely click to open the message anymore.  Again, not good
> when bottom posting.  I got poo-poo'd off about my GFS/kernel release schedule, for being 
> in some small minority.  So, where are bottom posters, in terms of majority these days?
> Maybe it's time, to update with the times?
> Go ahead, let the bashing begin!
> I'm off to another building, taking my email in my pocket with me...

OK ... you are officially an ass .. I will no longer reply to your mails 
or help you in any way.

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