not again. Stop it.

Am 21. September 2016 21:16:27 MESZ, schrieb "Мартин Бохниг via oi-dev" 
>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
>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
>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
>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
>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
>%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
>    or the depressions about the state of Illumos will kill ya.
>    Ced
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