Re: [Freedos-user] Please remove my message in Sourceforge

2004-07-23 Thread Jim Hall
Johnson Lam wrote: Hi Jim, Can you please remove my message in the Sourceforge? I didn't expect you put the comment online so soon (but you're really fast). My works is not yet ready for public but I submit the response too fast without thinking, and I don't have right to edit or delete it. Did

Re: [Freedos-user] Please remove my message in Sourceforge

2004-07-23 Thread Johnson Lam
On Fri, 23 Jul 2004 08:57:51 -0500, you wrote: Hi Jim, I _can_ do this, but I'd rather not get in the habit of deleting comments from the forum (unless someone has posted something very obviously offensive.) How about editing function? I can change my typing mistake or something wrong. If

Re: [Freedos-user] (OT) Anyone in Scotland?

2004-07-23 Thread Jim Hall
Johnson Lam wrote: On Wed, 21 Jul 2004 15:10:40 -0500, you wrote: I'm taking a few weeks off in August to visit Scotland (again). A week in the Highlands, then a week in Edinburgh. When you pass by Hong Kong, contact me. Maybe BAHCL will be interest to have a dinner together. Sounds great! I

Re: [Freedos-user] Please remove my message in Sourceforge

2004-07-23 Thread Jim Hall
Johnson Lam wrote: On Fri, 23 Jul 2004 08:57:51 -0500, you wrote: Hi Jim, I _can_ do this, but I'd rather not get in the habit of deleting comments from the forum (unless someone has posted something very obviously offensive.) How about editing function? I can change my typing mistake or

[Freedos-user] Re: Please remove my message in Sourceforge

2004-07-23 Thread Eric Auer
Hi, let me clarify the background of the discussion: Johnson had put the new HTML help texts online only to make reviewing easier. Once they get added to the ZIP file of HTML-help, there will be no problem with embedded mail addresses. HOWEVER, we accidentally got too much attention to the HTML