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RE: Uber-ignoramousness -- WAS: Fedora and the System Administrator

Quoting Jef Spaleta <jspaleta princeton edu>:
> better than smacking you....i'm going to tell you to read the
> documentation at fedora.redhat.com. ALL useful discussion on any
> policies relating to fedora, pretty much require you to have read the
> fedora.redhat.com website pages, at a bare minimum. Since I'm a
> realist...I'm going to say that you have to make an attempt to
> understand what you read there.

Damn, I missed that page completely.  If I hadn't, I wouldn't have posted my 
last 30 or so messages.  Sorry about that.

Did it just go up recently?  I thought I had read through everything as of a 
few days ago.

> Spending a few hours and trying to read
> back over the last 3 months of conversations on this mailinglist would
> probably also help get you on the right page...though that takes some
> non-trivial skill and experience at filtering small signals from large
> amplitude background noise.
> http://fedora.redhat.com/participate/terminology.html
> outlines where Fedora Legacy will fit into the new world order.
> -jef"brandishing the cluestick since 1841"spaleta

-- Bryan "Two dozen cluesticks permently affixated and counting" Smith

DISCLAIMER:  The fact that I hold a MCSA/MCSE2000 has _nothing_ to do with my 
past distractions ... nothing at all ... nope ... er, um.

Bryan J. Smith, E.I.  mailto:b j smith ieee org  http://thebs.org
There is no greater ignorance than the popular American environ-
mental movement, which focuses on the most useless details.  Be it
recycling the world's most renewable resource or refusal to use
proven CFC insulation on launch vehicles, no lives will be spared
in the further pursuit of, ironically, harming the environment.

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