YAAYD (Yet another "Ten (0A) year" discussion) (was: GOPHER

From: Jules Richardson <julesrichardsonuk_at_yahoo.co.uk>
Date: Tue Oct 26 16:25:58 2004

On Tue, 2004-10-26 at 14:02 -0700, Fred Cisin wrote:
> YAAYD (Yet another "Ten (0A) year" discussion)

I thought the same thing :-)

I'm sure people raise the ten year rule more often than used to happen
on this list. I don't know why that is - I first joined 1998 or so and
the ratio of on topic vs. OT was about the same as it is now (i.e.
hardly any OT content) - that's pretty amazing considering the diversity
of list members. Surely the fact there's cctech now makes it even better
for those not wanting the odd OT post?

Personally I don't see the problem at all; things kinda regulate
themselves, and some pretty nice hardware has been made around the 10
year boundary - just not in the PC/Mac world IMHO (but I still wouldn't
get upset at people posting such questions because it's still a fraction
of total list traffic)

Seriously, what's wrong with the way things are? I don't get it...


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