[TUHS] OK, time to step back from the keyboard (for a bit)

Greg 'groggy' Lehey grog at lemis.com
Thu Jan 5 13:37:17 AEST 2017

On Thursday,  5 January 2017 at  6:17:21 +1000, Warren Toomey wrote:
> Goodness, I go to sleep, wake up 8 hours later and there's 50 messages in
> the TUHS mailing list. Some of these do relate to the history of Unix, but
> some are getting quite off-topic.
> So, can I get you all to just pause before you send in a reply and ask:
> is this really relevant to the history of Unix, and does it contribute
> in a meaningful way to the conversation.

Is this really necessary?  There's a certain amount of traffic
necessary to keep a list going, and restricting it can have unwanted
results.  Yes, I agree, there's a lot of traffic at the moment, and
I'm having trouble with it too, but it'll subside of its own accord.
And who knows, maybe some unexpected gem might pop up.

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