[OT] Borrowing Your Words

Graham Samuel livfoss at blueyonder.co.uk
Wed Oct 22 02:56:16 CDT 2003


On Tue, 21 Oct 2003 18:07:53 -0700,  Mark Brownell 
<gizmotron at earthlink.net> wrote:
>On Tuesday, October 21, 2003, at 05:32  PM, Dan Shafer wrote:
>
>>  I'm looking for community reaction. I won't start posting the new
>>  feature for a few days until I've given you a chance to respond to
>>  this idea and we've had time to air it adequately.
>>
>>  Dan Shafer, Revolutionary
>
>Dan,
>
>Great! Sounds like a great idea. When I posted anything here I did it
>knowing that there was an archive for everything I posted. I consider
>this to be public domain. If I don't want it out there then I won't
>post to this list as I have not with rev_blowfish. I restricted this
>because of export laws. I have kept all the emails from this list that
>I could learn something about Transcript or Revolution from. These
>emails reflect all the experience that users have shared as well as
>their time. Having a topical or semantic reflection of the jewels that
>have been shared in this forum would add to the value of it.

I want to echo this: it would be a great resource. I have kept scraps 
of threads that interest me in a more organised way than just leaving 
them embedded in the list, but I would welcome a more systematic and 
public record. IMHO it would benefit everyone.

As a potential contributor (still very much a net consumer of advice 
here, but I may improve...) I think anyone who writes advice to the 
list is in effect publishing it to the RunRev community with no 
thought of reward, so again I support the idea.

Graham
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