Joe Marcus Clarke
marcus at marcuscom.com
Sun Apr 6 18:44:47 PDT 2003
On Sun, 2003-04-06 at 21:28, Matthew Gardiner wrote:
> > I really appreciate the thanks. It hasn't always been easy, but it
> > has
> > been fun. I started using FreeBSD back when 2.1 was released, and it
> > was always my dream to be a committer. Honestly, I didn't think I
> > would
> > be the GNOME guy, but the challenge, and the reward is worth it.
> > All the loyal FreeBSD GNOME users that have contributed patches this
> > past year as well as the other team members, Adam and Maxim, deserve
> > credit, too. While I've been quite active this past year, without the
> > work of the other team members, the alumni, and users, we wouldn't be
> > where we are today.
> > Here's to another great year. Cheers.
> Hear! Hear!
> I must agree also. 8-9 years ago I left the wonderful world of the
> Amiga for the PC land and my first operating system I moved to was
> Linux (Slackware), after using that for a while I moved to FreeBSD in
> 2000 where I have been in the FreeBSD community ever since.
> Keep up the hardwork, however, I do have one little pet peeve, could
> the maintainers of pan2 please try not to merge beta versions into the
> main CVS, I mean, I love to have the latest and greatest, but the beta
Are you encountering crashes with pan2? No one ever complained before,
so that's why I kept things current.
> Matthew Gardiner
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