Hi! Professor Dredd wrote: > A few points about the great debate: [snip] > ...I suppose their opinion should be respected and their > wishes ought to be considered when posting. So far, I > haven't heard that yet; Just alot of whining and > accusatory "You people are ruining my beautiful list" > kinda crap. Man, have you ever sit down to a (just known by report) 10-15 members, 'fundamental', friendly group in a pub? Have you ever expected them to accept and follow your own norms in 5 minutes? If so, what have they told you in return?... (No offence meant :-) (see, this is cbm-hackers and not such a pub-group :-) ), just couldn't resist to ask it once.) [jbevren] > > *thud* > *gets off floor* > > Ya know, there are times for words.. This isnt one. Congrats, Jeri, on > breaking serious ground for furthering the commodore 64 into today's world. > This is EXACTLY what I felt when I read Jeri's original post :-). Before that, I thought such potential for creating things (computer hardware, and C= related hardware in particular) should probably not exist at all :-O. And here comes a young, sweet _female_ hardware designer, who just appears once and makes all 'standard' expectations the past :-). Not even a bigger, commercial _company_ (I mean CMD) have ever been able to present _nearly_ as amazing hardware as she did _alone_ in just few months. L. - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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