Antonio Olivares wrote: >>> but unless you reply with a @redhat or @fedora >>> email you will be ignored, sorry if it sounds harsh, >>> >> but thats the way it >> >>> is. >>> >>> >>> >> I was going to offer an opinion...but decided not to waste >> my fingers. >> >> I do wonder why anyone would ask these questions on a >> mailing list like >> this one.... (Not to mention that these items have been >> "discussed" >> N-times) Does the person *really* expect only @fedora and >> @redhat >> people to care to respond, have an opinion, or have >> knowledge? >> > N-times --> N+1 times, N+2, N+3, ....,, $\infty$ still no change > >> I can only think of one of two possibilities. Extreme >> naivety or >> troll. Then again, I noticed the domain name and the word >> shill came >> to mind. :-) :-) >> > > I checked the domain > http://www.ausics.net/ais.php > > They appear to good guys :), Rahul already pointed out the Omega live cd project, it addresses some of their points so hopefully Laura is happy with the answer she got :) > > Then maybe you don't recall their most "famous" poster? Yet, I am pleasantly surprised. The last time I checked this domain was banning smtp and http connections from all of Asia. I just checked now and found they are now allowing connections.... So, maybe something has changed and my assumptions are invalid.
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