On Wed, May 25, 2005 at 05:32:47PM +0200, Michael Schumacher wrote:
> Von: Carol Spears <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > i suggested that we attach a household window fan to the top of the
> > computer called beta earlier this week (it was having heat problems at
> > berkeley) when i learned that this computer has a broken motherboard.
> > 
> > this was interesting news as no one has touched it since i came to
> > california.  i was also told that it is common knowledge that this
> > computer is not able to be repaired.
> Only for suitable values of "common", IMO...
> Well, as we don't know how to spend the donated money, I guess that we
> should consider to buy buying one (or two, to have some redundancy?) decent,
> priceworthy system for the mailing list, ftp and web servers gimp.org needs?
> > i would like to know if anyone else has been able to determine a
> > computers health without touching it or plugging it in?
> Telepathy - or, as it is not plugged in, necromancy(sp?)?
that is what i think also -- that there should be some power applied
before it can change status like that.

i rather liked the berkeley ip when i first got started with gimp.
since then, it seems like there are only 1.25 gimp people who have
access to hardware there.

the way my current take what sort of nightmare i am having is this, that
the mozilla people around the berkeley area will never finish with gimp
resources and that they might need to be physically removed from them.

i am impressed with my own ability to figure out what is going wrong
with software, i wonder if the same is true for my ability to figure out
what is wrong with the people making software?


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