On Tue, 17 Mar 1998, Jackson, DeJuan wrote:
> > Right, and they should be redirected as appropriate, *to* the
> > appropriate list...
> That systems seems to be working well. But, the fact that we don't yell
> at someone for posting a question to the hackers list or a bug/fix to
> the questions list, but gently redirect the discussion from that list to
> the appropriate one, while letting the original list listen in for
> possible new information, promotes participation.
I don't yell at anyone...except those on pgsql-hackers :)
> > I'd prefer to never have to shoot the horse myself...waste of a
> > fine animal :)
> Well now they have all these techniques so that the leg can be set and
> the horse can live a fairly normal life afterwards, but that's a whole
> other topic.
Exactly...but think how you feel laid up with a cast, unable to
romp in the field *grin*
> I understand, the desire to sort your mail as well as the need to
> redirect the questions. But I don't see the harm in letting a standard
> user go googlie-eyed over the technical prowess and dedication of the
> Postgres Developers.
I don't either...they are most welcome to join us over here...
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