Subject: Re: Why are packages ever installed to /usr/X11R6?
To: Alistair Crooks <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Greg A. Woods <email@example.com>
Date: 01/21/2003 16:31:35
[ On Tuesday, January 21, 2003 at 11:18:14 (+0100), Alistair Crooks wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: Why are packages ever installed to /usr/X11R6?
> His method of contributing is also problematic, in my
> opinion, since his mailing system used to bounce any replies - to me,
> that's the moral equivalent of saying "I'm allowed my opinion, you
> cannot discuss this with me at all, your opinion doesn't matter".
You're seriously mis-interpreting my actions and intentions vs. those of
Also, I've never once received any request in any form for help in
resolving this issue either. I certainly can't do anything if you don't
at least tell me what you think I should do. Obviously it's not
impossible to get e-mail to me or else I wouldn't even get messages from
the NetBSD mailing lists.
My mailer does try to be quite explicit about the problem in its "error"
messages, so it should give lots of clues to you about why it's
rejecting your emails.
Also note that my signature contains a number of alternative ways to
Greg A. Woods
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