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

From: Dwight K. Elvey <dwight.elvey_at_amd.com>
Date: Tue Oct 26 18:59:42 2004

>From: "David V. Corbin" <dvcorbin_at_optonline.net>
>>>> Maybe it should be based of if a person in their right
>>>> mind might actually use that machine for day to day
>>>> business, it should be excluded. Of course this might very
>>>> from person to person. Anyone silly enough to use an old
>>>> Altair for day to day work shouldn't post questions to the list.
>>>> Simple.
>Then if the inverse would also be true. If a person does NOT consider a
>Machine to be suitable for day-to-day work, it WOULD be eligible. Many on
>this list [but not me] consider current WinTel machines to suitable for
>anything. This would then make that machine valid for posting questions on
>the list. Not likely to happen since the person whould be be "authorized" to
>post on said machine is unlikely to even own one.

Hi David
 Yes, I think the risk is low. Even if they had such a machine,
they would, most likely, be embarrassed to state that to the group,
Received on Tue Oct 26 2004 - 18:59:42 BST

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