For what it is worth: Although they at Illumos promised that they allegedly 
"banned me", they still keep bombarding my old email address with all of their 
list traffic, although they of course prevent me from responding.

That's a clear form of "mobbing" or rather psycho CYBER-TERRORISM and of 
typical hypocritical "hold-the-thief!", which - according to their own 
government's recent ruling - would permit me to see this as an act of war - 
enough to start NATO's famous Casus foederis

The White House and Pentagon Deem Cyber-Attacks "An Act of War"

I don't intend to hijack a peaceful devel mailing list for their nonsense.
I tried to forget Illumos. It's better for health not to deal too much with 
them, otherwise - following your advice - one might soon end as an alcoholic ;) 
On the other hand I personally prefer KWACC or Cola btw, simply because alcohol 
destroys brain cells and that's why I as much as possible avoid it, unless on 
birthdays or marriages.
But now that you brought this up, I simply needed to add this.
My solution: Since then I only cheack email at my new email address, because otherwise it would add more pain to my daily life.
All the deails were desribed at - but that's it from 
me on that matter.

Again, enjoy some KWACC or Cola and discuss precise devel steps.
There is enough to do for Hipster's future, and I bet it will never be 
abandoned by its Desktop (!) community, simply because hearts are in play, 
rather than commercial "server-only" "profits".

In Lithuania chances are high that you can easily buy this amazing drink where 
ever you are:

Kvass is a traditional Slavic and Baltic fermented beverage commonly made from 
black or regular rye bread.[1] The colour of the bread used contributes to the 
colour of the resulting drink. It is classified as a non-alcoholic drink by 
Russian standards, as the alcohol content from fermentation is typically low 
(0.5–1.0%).[2][3] It may be flavoured with fruits such as strawberries and 
raisins, or with herbs such as mint.[4]

It is especially popular in Russia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus and Ukraine, but 
also well-known throughout Estonia and Poland, as well as in other states such 
as Georgia, Kazakhstan and Armenia. Many kvass vendors there sell the drink in 
the streets.[5] Kvass is also popular in Harbin[6] and Xinjiang, China, where 
Russian culture has had an influence.

%martin, East-German from East-Berlin

    Среда, 21 сентября 2016, 18:34 UTC от Cedric Blancher 

    Better AFTER a LOT of beer AND lots of pints AND a bottle of whiskey,
    or the depressions about the state of Illumos will kill ya.


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