[Nitro] ...

PAUL HANCHETT paulha at aracnet.com
Sat Apr 16 12:50:21 EDT 2005


Sometimes the best strategy is to ignore "unhelpful" postings.  Creates 
no ire, and teaches what the group is interested in...  :O)

Paul

Emmanuel Piperakis wrote:

>Well, it is matter of perspective. I can write on top or under... I gues
>it is up to me.
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>>>>[you should write below the content]
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>Time is irrelevant. Only life is...
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>>Personally, I am donating time for a beta-state product.
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>No. And if I undestand what you are saying correctly your goal it to stop
>the ridiculous demanding tenor of what?
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>>of course.
>>If you are able to stop this ridiculous "demanding" tenor (which sadly is
>>common within open source project).
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>Actually is is better to have innovative and creative users, than
>judgemental, critisizing ones..
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>>It is better to have 'demanding' users (whatever 'demanding' means) than
>>silent users.
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>I am not responsible for navel.gr, and I spend my time creating and
>publishing instead of rewriting my cv and updating my web page. Well, some
>of us have actually the responsibility to create, while other just to
>evaluate. This reminds me of Mozart and Salieri, with the only differnce
>that at least Salieri was able to understand the talent of Mozart, where
>in your case you can not even grasp to understand the innovations in
>Nitro. In order to "evaluate" you must first create! Think about that.
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>Anyway, I have a feeling that you draw some kind of perverted pleasure
>from these emails, so I will let you to it... Keep up the good comments,
>and the great evaluation, and thank you for your precious time.
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>>you should possibly update the terribly outdated navel.gr website,
>>instead of posting "just suggestions".
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>Emmanouil Piperakis (epiperak at cs.ntua.gr)
>{To explore is Human, to Create is Devine,
> To teach is Primal, to Rule is Sin}
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