Slightly OT - finding time
andre at andregarzia.com
Thu Aug 14 18:33:43 EDT 2008
thanks! you know, its because of this community that I am still
coding, if it wasn't for you guys I'd probably be selling beer on a
kiosk here in Rio (the prospect of sunny days, beaches, wind and food
is quite charming)! :-D
I remember when I was starting with Rev and flooded the list with
questions and to my amazement, people actually answered! So, I try to
take my time to answer too!
I agree with you, some guys (and girls) here do have the time travel
external, it's impossible to do good work like they do and still
answer our questions and discuss the merit of each solution!
Kudos to all community!
On Wed, Aug 13, 2008 at 9:43 PM, Bob Earp <rjearp at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Eric, Chip, Ray, Scott, Sara, Devin, Andre, Klaus and all of the other incredible and regular contributors to this list (sorry I can't list you all), you must obviously have invented a new time machine and are only sharing it between you. I need it !!
> I find barely enough time to scan digests and maybe once in a year answer something before at least 10 of you have provided solutions and wisdom I could only dream of. Not only that, but you find time to write tutorials and example stacks, and then sit and discuss the merits of one solution over another. Sheesh... I wish !! How do you do this ??
> I know its been said before (and hopefully Kevin Miller is reading this), but without all of you Revolution would have gone the way of Oracle Media Objects. He should at least give you all free lifetime upgrades if not shares in the company.
> On behalf of the rest of us (and I think I'm in the majority group), many, many thanks for helping on a daily basis. No, correct that, it's generally on an hourly basis !!
> Warmest regards, Bob.
> PS, what's happened to Dan these days?
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