Virtualizing AIX 1.3 - WAS::::Re: AIX for IBM PS/2
mhs.stein at gmail.com
Sat Feb 6 02:23:27 CST 2016
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From: "Dave Woyciesjes" <woyciesjes at sbcglobal.net>
To: "General Discussion: On-Topic and Off-Topic Posts" <cctalk at classiccmp.org>; <snhirsch at gmail.com>
Sent: Friday, February 05, 2016 10:35 PM
Subject: Re: Virtualizing AIX 1.3 - WAS::::Re: AIX for IBM PS/2
> On 02/05/2016 05:40 PM, Steven Hirsch wrote:
>> On Fri, 5 Feb 2016, Liam Proven wrote:
>>> On 5 February 2016 at 18:07, Steven Hirsch <snhirsch at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> On Fri, 5 Feb 2016, Torfinn Ingolfsen wrote:
>>>>> On Fri, Feb 5, 2016 at 2:57 PM, Mazzini Alessandro <mazzinia at tin.it>
>>>>>> Last night I had no issues to navigate it. Didn't try today
>>>>> the URL works fine here.
>>>> Must have been authored against IE and happens to hit a Firefox bug. It
>>>> renders properly in Win7 IE. I'm seeing an increasing number of such
>>>> problems lately.
>>> What are remarkable -- and *totally* wrong -- assumption to make.
>>> Works fine on Google Chrome on Mac OS X, incidentally.
>>> Google Sites are dynamically generated from a high-level markup the
>>> user enters in a special editor, AIUI. The fact that it is a Google
>>> product, a company that makes its own cross-platform browser and is a
>>> rival of Microsoft, makes the contention that it's a
>>> Microsoft-specific page ludicrous.
>> I just love this list. Sorry to have troubled you with my "remarkably
>> and totally wrong assumption" - won't happen again.
> What? You're getting cranky because you got called out as being wrong?
> Relax buddy.
I think he was commenting on the unnecessarily rude and condescending tone that Liam and one or two others on this list like to use; was it really necessary or appropriate to call Steven's apparently mistaken diagnosis *totally* wrong and "ludicrous" (while not even bothering to proofread his own post ;-)
We may not all decide to unsubscribe but I can tell you that for some of us this kind of stuff really detracts from enjoyment of a list and our motivation to actively participate.
But I must concede that it's been a lot worse in the past; fortunately some of the worst offenders have also left the list over the years...
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