[TUHS] how do I unsubscribe

Angus Robinson angus at fairhaven.za.net
Thu Dec 7 11:29:47 AEST 2017

Hi Deborah

I remember a time like that, although this was the early 2000's. I joined a
group of students at the local university. I must admit, Although the
students where abit arrogant, I learned alot not only from them but from
 the staff  that worked at the Computer Science department. I also learnt
that an old family friend helped start the Internet in South Africa. From
that, I learnt alot about history and to think outside of the box, with
what they "Jimmy Rigged" to save bandwidth in the early days.

I have been this mailing list for years and like then, I have learnt alot.
Not only about history but the basis for the technology we have now. Unlike
the students, it's extremely rare that egos come in to play. I think this
is the first. Granted I only read about 80% of the list due to time.

If I may be so bold and to ask you to to maybe remain a subscriber to the
list. As Larry has pointed out it would be a shame to have somebody with
knowledge depart due to a rare occurrence.

On Wed, Dec 6, 2017 at 4:55 PM Deborah Scherrer <
dscherrer at solar.stanford.edu> wrote:

> In the "good old days" of Unix, the community succeeded because we all
> shared and treated each other with respect.  Each listened to the
> other.  Sure, there were disagreements about technical issues, as well
> there should have been, but they were rarely made personal. That's what
> made that community great.  I liked those times, and loved the people in
> them.   What happened to lose those aspects?   I don't think I want to
> be part of the new community where egos seem to run rampant...
> Deborah
> On 12/6/17 4:41 PM, Larry McVoy wrote:
> > Deborah,
> >
> > I'm pretty sure I know the conversation (and I don't believe I was a
> > part of it, just read it) and I'm 100% sure nobody intended to be
> > rude, they were just trying to get at an accurate history of what
> > happened.
> >
> > I can see how you could take offense but I don't think any was intended
> > and it would be a loss if you left.  Please reconsider.
> >
> > --lm
> >
> > On Wed, Dec 06, 2017 at 04:39:03PM -0800, Deborah Scherrer wrote:
> >> Could someone please tell me how to get off this list?  I was rather
> >> appalled at the rudeness in the previous conversation...
> >>
> >> Deborah
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