[Coco] "I had a Dream".
random.rodder at gmail.com
Tue Dec 22 16:39:51 EST 2015
I would be perfectly willing to help. However, not under your direction,
And nowhere did I ever suggest you kill yourself. Ever. So put your tin
foil hat back on.
My comments are a direct response to my trying to accommodate and instant
your wishes and opinions in the past. This project is barely underway and
you're already trying to dictate everything about it. Referring to the
volunteers who may help see this project thru as workers is something I
find highly offensive to everyone who may end up helping.
And in direct response to your comment about all existing copies of the
file be deleted - in any project like this, redundancy is paramount! In the
event the worst happens, even an older version of the files is preferable
Dennis is a smart man, and I'm sure he has backups, I won't attempt to
speak for him, tho. But not having to worry about those files being
available after a catastrophic failure is one less item on his plate.
On Dec 22, 2015 3:16 PM, "Stephen H. Fischer" <SFischer1 at mindspring.com>
> If you wish to help, fine.
> If you wish to stop me then continue with your messages. Messages telling
> me to kill myself expected as a result of your post.
> If you can do a better job then do it.
> Yes I have a plan to do what is needed along with other CoCo file sites.
> What is the plan, I have the steps but not the actions. Some things cannot
> be planned until you see the dirt to be moved.
> "Brian Blake" <random.rodder-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w at public.gmane.org>
> wrote in message news:5679AC3B.5080006 at gmail.com...
> > It's Stephen. His opinion is all that matters.
> > Sorry for the condescending tone, but, anything that doesn't meet his
> > expectations doesn't matter.
> > I'm speaking from personal experience in dealing with him and his soap
> > box, so, YMMV...
> > If my commentary offends anyone, my apologies. I'll slip back into my
> > little hole in the wall...
> > Brian
> > On 12/22/2015 2:50 PM, Louis Ciotti wrote:
> >> I am confused why would you want people to do this? I am of the opinion
> >> the more places the archive is the better chance of it surviving, even
> >> it is not organived how you like it.
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