Subject: Re: Houston, anyone?
To: Eric Schnoebelen <email@example.com>
From: Richard Rauch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 08/11/2001 16:06:20
> - > I think that NetBSD-ers in Texas are scarce.
> - Oh, 'eck, chief. It seems to be the case. (Now, for the fluff question
> - of the week: Is this scarcity more because NetBSD users avoid Texas, or is
> - it because Texas users avoid NetBSD?)
> I don't know about either case.. I've been doing quiet
> evangelism for NetBSD in the Dallas region for years..
Quiet evangelism? Hm...do I detect an oxymoron this way lurking? (^&
I think that I've heard from at least two people in Dallas. Maybe I
should have stopped for lunch when I was driving through in June. A 50%
growth rate per month would have looked impressive...
I suddenly crave a bumper sticker with that dear old NetBSD slogan: ``Used
by hundreds of people worldwide!''
> There is an awful log of Texas, and a lot of that is
> pretty barren!
Probably because they chopped down all of the awful logs. Strange thing,
though, I didn't know that they had any kind of timber industry down here.
Okay, I guess that I might as well go email Mason and ask for a Houston
regional list to be created. At worst, I will end up talking to myself
once a week. That sounds pretty harmless...it'll keep me off of the
``I probably don't know what I'm talking about.'' --email@example.com