Regarding Rodeo discussions
mikekann at yahoo.com
Mon Jul 26 13:29:55 EDT 2010
Jeff, Jack and Jacqueline,
I might as well post all my questions about Apache, PHP, and PostgreSQL
here as well (every day, constantly), since they are tangentially related to On-Rev.
There are other - more suitable - places for me to ask those
questions and get answers.
Jeff, can you post links to some of those suitable places? I'm sure many on this list would like to know where to post questions about Apache, PHP, and web databases.
Jack, I really admire your marketing persistence. Whenever I see one of your posts I think of a Texas Flash Flood. No matter what, the water is going to go where it wants to go.
If you like blues, check out Austin's patron saint on youtube:
--- On Mon, 7/26/10, Jeff Massung <massung at gmail.com> wrote:
> From: Jeff Massung <massung at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: Regarding Rodeo discussions
> To: "How to use Revolution" <use-revolution at lists.runrev.com>
> Date: Monday, July 26, 2010, 12:00 PM
> On Mon, Jul 26, 2010 at 11:34 AM, Bob
> Sneidar <bobs at twft.com>
> > If you make a rule you can delete anything containing
> the word Rodeo from
> > your mail before it even gets to you.
> I can also unsubscribe from the list, but I should have
> Honestly, if I (and Jacqueline) are the only ones who are
> annoyed by it, and
> everyone else is excited, then good for everyone else; I'm
> glad ya'll are
> getting something out of the discussion. And this is the
> Rev team's
> (Kevin's) email list, so if they don't mind, then I'll be
> But Rodeo - aside from a single feature - has absolutely
> nothing to do with
> Rev. I might as well post all my questions about Apache,
> PHP, and PostgreSQL
> here as well (every day, constantly), since they are
> tangentially related to
> On-Rev. There are other - more suitable - places for me to
> ask those
> questions and get answers.
> In case this is sounding harsh (unintended), let me please
> be very clear. I
> think Rodeo is a great idea. I think Jerry is a great guy.
> It's hard being
> an entrepreneur - especially in a niche market - and I
> loathe suggesting
> anything that can potentially stifle a fellow programmer's
> progress. I wish
> nothing but the greatest of successes upon the Rodeo team.
> But, is it really too much to ask that if you have a
> question about Rodeo
> (unless it related directly to Rev) that it be directed to
> Jerry, to the
> Rodeo forums, or the Rodeo email list, where presumably
> everyone there is
> interested in the comments/answers and there are even
> non-Rev users who can
> contribute to the discussions than ensue from it?
> It's also quite possible that this email list is really no
> longer about Rev,
> but instead has just mutated over time into a chronically
> "OT" list where
> long-time friends have become accustomed to staying in
> touch and cheering
> each other on. If that's the case, then that's great, and
> there's nothing
> wrong with that, it's just not what I'm interested in. ;-)
> Jeff M.
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