I hate to bitch but bitch I must

Neal Hogan nealhogan at gmail.com
Sat Oct 17 02:29:22 UTC 2009

> The benefit(s)? If there are other long-term members who agree with what
> you are getting at, then I'd say that the benefits are that it shows to
> newcomers that no matter what, you'll always receive a respectable and
> educated response.

Does that really include taking seriously everything
posted/asked/bitched about on the list?

> It also shows that it doesn't matter what the poster's name is, or what
> language they speak in, that those who love FreeBSD for what it is will
> always bleed their souls to help them out, at any cost. What is learned
> from hard work is better passed on to someone else.

Yes . . . sure. . . but many, many houses have been built and it seems
reasonable to help those attempting to build something unique or
somewhat untested, than those who like to spend time complaining about
things that have been built and which they have not spent much time
thinking about, but just jotted down a command from google search and
is disappointed when it fails to satisfy.

> Mia casa e tua casa, as my best friend's father always says. (my house
> is your house).
> Steve

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