[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2018-06-01 Thread John Price


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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2018-05-01 Thread John Price

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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2018-04-01 Thread John Price

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Re: [Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2018-03-01 Thread Jim Hall
Just to let everyone know: SourceForge is currently having problems, since
at least 8 hours ago, and websites hosted there are unavailable right now.
SourceForge was DDOS'd a few days ago, not sure if this is related.

The FreeDOS monthly reminder is downloaded from the copy at
http://freedos.sourceforge.net/freedos/lists/remind.txt - which is hosted
at SourceForge. That's why the error message from John's automated monthly
reminder. Sorry about that.

On Mar 1, 2018 1:01 AM, "John Price"  wrote:

>
> OOPS! The remind file could not be downloaded!
>
> Here I am, brain the size of the universe, trying to send you a simple
> email, but wouldn't you know it, the file doesn't even exist! Where
> does that leave me?!
>
> I'm sure it would say something about FreeDOS, or Jim Hall, or some
> mailing list or other, but what do I care.
>
> *sigh* Humans.
>
> In case you think you can fix this, here is the log:
>
> --2018-03-01 01:00:01--  http://freedos.sourceforge.
> net/freedos/lists/remind.txt
> Resolving freedos.sourceforge.net (freedos.sourceforge.net)...
> 216.105.38.10
> Connecting to freedos.sourceforge.net 
> (freedos.sourceforge.net)|216.105.38.10|:80...
> connected.
> HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 503 Service Temporarily Unavailable
> 2018-03-01 01:00:01 ERROR 503: Service Temporarily Unavailable.
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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2018-02-28 Thread John Price

OOPS! The remind file could not be downloaded!

Here I am, brain the size of the universe, trying to send you a simple
email, but wouldn't you know it, the file doesn't even exist! Where
does that leave me?!

I'm sure it would say something about FreeDOS, or Jim Hall, or some
mailing list or other, but what do I care.

*sigh* Humans.

In case you think you can fix this, here is the log:

--2018-03-01 01:00:01--  http://freedos.sourceforge.net/freedos/lists/remind.txt
Resolving freedos.sourceforge.net (freedos.sourceforge.net)... 216.105.38.10
Connecting to freedos.sourceforge.net 
(freedos.sourceforge.net)|216.105.38.10|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 503 Service Temporarily Unavailable
2018-03-01 01:00:01 ERROR 503: Service Temporarily Unavailable.


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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2018-01-31 Thread John Price

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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2017-12-31 Thread John Price

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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2017-11-30 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

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Re: [Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2017-11-01 Thread Jim Hall
I recognize we don't have as much traffic on this list as we used to.
When we set up the monthly reminder, we had a lot of email traffic -
and many new people joining the email lists. The monthly reminder
helped set certain ground rules to help our discussion remain
productive and avoid going off-topic.

We still have new members join the email list, so I think an
occasional reminder is helpful - even if we also link to the reminder
text on the website.

I'll at least make the reminder shorter. It doesn't need to be so
wordy. For example, we don't need the description about FreeDOS or the
link to the website.

If the monthly reminder continues to be bothersome into 2018, we can reconsider.

Jim

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Re: [Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2017-11-01 Thread Ralf Quint
On 11/1/2017 9:10 AM, Bill Gee wrote:
> If it were truly bothersome, I would just make a filter to shunt the monthly 
> reminder off to a folder.
>
+1

Ralf ;-)


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Re: [Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2017-11-01 Thread Bill Gee
I, on the other hand, LIKE getting the monthly reminder!  For one thing it 
lets me know the list is still active.  This list doesn't get all that much 
activity, and could easily go a whole month with nothing.

If it were truly bothersome, I would just make a filter to shunt the monthly 
reminder off to a folder.

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On Wednesday, November 1, 2017 6:04:34 AM CDT Tom Ehlert wrote:
> Hallo Herr John Price,
> 
> can we please have this monthly remainder stopped?
> 
> it is just unnecessary
> 
> Tom
> 
> am Mittwoch, 1. November 2017 um 07:00 schrieben Sie:
> > MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS
> > 
> > Hello, and welcome to the FreeDOS mailing list!
> > 
> > If you have been a list member for some time, then you can skip this
> > as you should be familiar with the rules by now.
> > 
> > --
> > 
> > The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
> > classic DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of people use
> > FreeDOS to play classic DOS games, run legacy software, and support
> > 
> > embedded systems. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:
> >   http://www.freedos.org/
> > 
> > We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:
> > 
> > 1. Don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what Usenet
> > 
> >turned into.
> > 
> > 2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
> > 
> >discuss FreeDOS issues.
> > 
> > 3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
> > 
> >said, send a reply off-list.
> > 
> > Some suggestions:
> > 
> > ** Please send only plain text email messages, rather than messages
> > 
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> >some screen readers.
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Re: [Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2017-11-01 Thread Jean-Pierre Liebaert
I just subscribed to this mail-list.
Sorry, but I'm nt John Price.

2017-11-01 15:47 GMT+01:00 :

> Yes, please! At most, a yearly reminder would make sense. A monthly
> reminder just annoys people.
>
> A.
>
> Am 2017-11-01 um 12:04 schrieb Tom Ehlert:
>
>> Hallo Herr John Price,
>>
>> can we please have this monthly remainder stopped?
>>
>> it is just unnecessary
>>
>> Tom
>>
>>
>> am Mittwoch, 1. November 2017 um 07:00 schrieben Sie:
>>
>>
>> MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS
>>> Hello, and welcome to the FreeDOS mailing list!
>>> If you have been a list member for some time, then you can skip this
>>> as you should be familiar with the rules by now.
>>> --
>>> The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
>>> classic DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of people use
>>> FreeDOS to play classic DOS games, run legacy software, and support
>>> embedded systems. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:
>>>http://www.freedos.org/
>>>
>>
>> We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:
>>> 1. Don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what Usenet
>>> turned into.
>>> 2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
>>> discuss FreeDOS issues.
>>> 3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
>>> said, send a reply off-list.
>>>
>>
>> Some suggestions:
>>> ** Please send only plain text email messages, rather than messages
>>> formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone to read
>>> your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult for
>>> some screen readers.
>>> ** When replying to messages, please quote just the bit of email you
>>> are replying to. Don't copy the whole conversation if you don't
>>> need to.
>>>
>>
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Re: [Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2017-11-01 Thread userbeitrag
Yes, please! At most, a yearly reminder would make sense. A monthly 
reminder just annoys people.


A.

Am 2017-11-01 um 12:04 schrieb Tom Ehlert:

Hallo Herr John Price,

can we please have this monthly remainder stopped?

it is just unnecessary

Tom


am Mittwoch, 1. November 2017 um 07:00 schrieben Sie:



MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS
Hello, and welcome to the FreeDOS mailing list!
If you have been a list member for some time, then you can skip this
as you should be familiar with the rules by now.
--
The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
classic DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of people use
FreeDOS to play classic DOS games, run legacy software, and support
embedded systems. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:
   http://www.freedos.org/



We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:
1. Don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what Usenet
turned into.
2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
discuss FreeDOS issues.
3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
said, send a reply off-list.



Some suggestions:
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some screen readers.
** When replying to messages, please quote just the bit of email you
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Re: [Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2017-11-01 Thread Tom Ehlert
Hallo Herr John Price,

can we please have this monthly remainder stopped?

it is just unnecessary

Tom


am Mittwoch, 1. November 2017 um 07:00 schrieben Sie:


> MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

> Hello, and welcome to the FreeDOS mailing list!

> If you have been a list member for some time, then you can skip this
> as you should be familiar with the rules by now.

> --

> The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
> classic DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of people use
> FreeDOS to play classic DOS games, run legacy software, and support
> embedded systems. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

>   http://www.freedos.org/


> We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

> 1. Don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what Usenet
>turned into.

> 2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
>discuss FreeDOS issues.

> 3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
>said, send a reply off-list.


> Some suggestions:

> ** Please send only plain text email messages, rather than messages
>formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone to read
>your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult for
>some screen readers.

> ** When replying to messages, please quote just the bit of email you
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>need to.

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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2017-11-01 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hello, and welcome to the FreeDOS mailing list!

If you have been a list member for some time, then you can skip this
as you should be familiar with the rules by now.

--

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
classic DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of people use
FreeDOS to play classic DOS games, run legacy software, and support
embedded systems. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what Usenet
   turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please send only plain text email messages, rather than messages
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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2017-10-01 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hello, and welcome to the FreeDOS mailing list!

If you have been a list member for some time, then you can skip this
as you should be familiar with the rules by now.

--

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
classic DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of people use
FreeDOS to play classic DOS games, run legacy software, and support
embedded systems. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what Usenet
   turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please send only plain text email messages, rather than messages
   formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone to read
   your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult for
   some screen readers.

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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2017-09-01 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hello, and welcome to the FreeDOS mailing list!

If you have been a list member for some time, then you can skip this
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Re: [Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2017-07-01 Thread Dale E Sterner
Source forge recomfirmation link doesn't work "server timed out "
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> MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS
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> The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation 
> of
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> 
>   http://www.freedos.org/
> 
> 
> We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:
> 
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> Usenet
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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2017-07-01 Thread John Price

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We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what Usenet
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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2017-06-01 Thread John Price

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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2017-05-06 Thread John Price
From: John Price 


MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hello, and welcome to the FreeDOS mailing list!

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FreeDOS to play classic DOS games, run legacy software, and support
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We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what Usenet
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Re: [Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2017-05-06 Thread Rugxulo
From: Rugxulo 

Woot, no rules (until this is fixed)! I'll start  ;-)


On Wed, Mar 1, 2017 at 9:10 AM, Jim Hall  wrote:
>
> Interesting. I thought this was pulling from the www.freedos.org website,
> not the old SourceForge website.
>
> I'll email John. The correct location should be
> http://www.freedos.org/lists/remind.txt
>
> On Mar 1, 2017 1:00 AM, "John Price"  wrote:
>>
>> OOPS! The remind file could not be downloaded!
>>
>> I'm sure it would say something about FreeDOS, or Jim Hall, or some
>> mailing list or other, but what do I care.

I swear, Jim Hall can't do anything right.

It sure is a shame about Kevin Durant's MCL.

Jim, why are you trying to "remind" us of anything? What are you, a
fascist?! We don't need your stinkin' rules! Your mother was a hamster
and your father smelt of elderberries!!!

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Re: [Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2017-05-06 Thread Jim Hall
From: Jim Hall 

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Interesting. I thought this was pulling from the www.freedos.org website,
not the old SourceForge website.

I'll email John. The correct location should be
http://www.freedos.org/lists/remind.txt

On Mar 1, 2017 1:00 AM, "John Price"  wrote:

>
> OOPS! The remind file could not be downloaded!
>
> Here I am, brain the size of the universe, trying to send you a simple
> email, but wouldn't you know it, the file doesn't even exist! Where
> does that leave me?!
>
> I'm sure it would say something about FreeDOS, or Jim Hall, or some
> mailing list or other, but what do I care.
>
> *sigh* Humans.
>
> In case you think you can fix this, here is the log:
>
> --2017-03-01 01:00:02--  http://freedos.sourceforge.
> net/freedos/lists/remind.txt
> Resolving freedos.sourceforge.net (freedos.sourceforge.net)...
> 216.34.181.96
> Connecting to freedos.sourceforge.net (freedos.sourceforge.net)|
> 216.34.181.96|:80... connected.
> HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not Found
> 2017-03-01 01:00:02 ERROR 404: Not Found.
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Interesting. I thought this was pulling from the http://www.freedos.org;>www.freedos.org website, not the old
SourceForge website.Ill email
John. The correct location should behttp://www.freedos.org/lists/remind.txt;>http://www.freedos.org/lists/remind.txtOn Mar 1, 2017 1:00 AM, 
John Price mailto:jp_free...@gcfl.net;>jp_free...@gcfl.net wrote:
OOPS! The remind file could not be downloaded!

Here I am, brain the size of the universe, trying to send you a simple
email, but wouldnt you know it, the file doesnt even exist! Where
does that leave me?!

Im sure it would say something about FreeDOS, or Jim Hall, or some
mailing list or other, but what do I care.

*sigh* Humans.

In case you think you can fix this, here is the log:

--2017-03-01 01:00:02---a http://freedos.sourceforge.net/freedos/lists/remind.txt; rel="noreferrer" 
target="_blank">http://freedos.sourceforge.net/freedos/lists/remind.txt
Resolving http://freedos.sourceforge.net; rel="noreferrer"
target="_blank">freedos.sourceforge.net (http://freedos.sourceforge.net; rel="noreferrer"
target="_blank">freedos.sourceforge.net)... 216.34.181.96
Connecting to http://freedos.sourceforge.net; rel="noreferrer"
target="_blank">freedos.sourceforge.net (http://freedos.sourceforge.net; rel="noreferrer"
target="_blank">freedos.sourceforge.net)|216.34.181.96|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not Found
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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2017-05-06 Thread John Price
From: John Price 


OOPS! The remind file could not be downloaded!

Here I am, brain the size of the universe, trying to send you a simple
email, but wouldn't you know it, the file doesn't even exist! Where
does that leave me?!

I'm sure it would say something about FreeDOS, or Jim Hall, or some
mailing list or other, but what do I care.

*sigh* Humans.

In case you think you can fix this, here is the log:

--2017-03-01 01:00:02--  http://freedos.sourceforge.net/freedos/lists/remind.txt
Resolving freedos.sourceforge.net (freedos.sourceforge.net)... 216.34.181.96
Connecting to freedos.sourceforge.net 
(freedos.sourceforge.net)|216.34.181.96|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not Found
2017-03-01 01:00:02 ERROR 404: Not Found.


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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2017-05-01 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hello, and welcome to the FreeDOS mailing list!

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--

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FreeDOS to play classic DOS games, run legacy software, and support
embedded systems. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what Usenet
   turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
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3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
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Some suggestions:

** Please send only plain text email messages, rather than messages
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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2017-04-01 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hello, and welcome to the FreeDOS mailing list!

If you have been a list member for some time, then you can skip this
as you should be familiar with the rules by now.

--

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classic DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of people use
FreeDOS to play classic DOS games, run legacy software, and support
embedded systems. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what Usenet
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3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
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Some suggestions:

** Please send only plain text email messages, rather than messages
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Re: [Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2017-03-01 Thread Rugxulo
Woot, no rules (until this is fixed)! I'll start  ;-)


On Wed, Mar 1, 2017 at 9:10 AM, Jim Hall  wrote:
>
> Interesting. I thought this was pulling from the www.freedos.org website,
> not the old SourceForge website.
>
> I'll email John. The correct location should be
> http://www.freedos.org/lists/remind.txt
>
> On Mar 1, 2017 1:00 AM, "John Price"  wrote:
>>
>> OOPS! The remind file could not be downloaded!
>>
>> I'm sure it would say something about FreeDOS, or Jim Hall, or some
>> mailing list or other, but what do I care.

I swear, Jim Hall can't do anything right.

It sure is a shame about Kevin Durant's MCL.

Jim, why are you trying to "remind" us of anything? What are you, a
fascist?! We don't need your stinkin' rules! Your mother was a hamster
and your father smelt of elderberries!!!

(This message was a joke. But PewDiePie made me do it. Javla helvete!)

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Re: [Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2017-03-01 Thread Jim Hall
Interesting. I thought this was pulling from the www.freedos.org website,
not the old SourceForge website.

I'll email John. The correct location should be
http://www.freedos.org/lists/remind.txt

On Mar 1, 2017 1:00 AM, "John Price"  wrote:

>
> OOPS! The remind file could not be downloaded!
>
> Here I am, brain the size of the universe, trying to send you a simple
> email, but wouldn't you know it, the file doesn't even exist! Where
> does that leave me?!
>
> I'm sure it would say something about FreeDOS, or Jim Hall, or some
> mailing list or other, but what do I care.
>
> *sigh* Humans.
>
> In case you think you can fix this, here is the log:
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> 216.34.181.96
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2017-02-28 Thread John Price

OOPS! The remind file could not be downloaded!

Here I am, brain the size of the universe, trying to send you a simple
email, but wouldn't you know it, the file doesn't even exist! Where
does that leave me?!

I'm sure it would say something about FreeDOS, or Jim Hall, or some
mailing list or other, but what do I care.

*sigh* Humans.

In case you think you can fix this, here is the log:

--2017-03-01 01:00:02--  http://freedos.sourceforge.net/freedos/lists/remind.txt
Resolving freedos.sourceforge.net (freedos.sourceforge.net)... 216.34.181.96
Connecting to freedos.sourceforge.net 
(freedos.sourceforge.net)|216.34.181.96|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not Found
2017-03-01 01:00:02 ERROR 404: Not Found.


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Re: [Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2016-04-20 Thread Thomas Mueller

> Yes, that would be nice. But, time is scarce lately. :-)

> Lets not forget. You could build the FDI install media from scratch to any 
> size
> you wish.

> I really need to put that in the github wiki and do a series of FDI hacking 
> videos
> to cover all the basic tweaks and enhancements that can been done to FDI
> with almost no effort. Things like adding custom packages to the media.
> Changing the default package selections. Post install system configurations.
> Custom question prompts. Designer OS versions and Names. All kind of
> cool stuff that FDI is built to handle.

> Jerome

I have a small number of 1 GB and 2 GB USB 2.0 sticks, but they are already 
occupied, so the smallest I could use for FreeDOS installer is 4 GB.

Favorite copying program to write to USB stick in NetBSD and FreeBSD is dd, 
just as with Linux and Mac OS X.

Writing to the USB stick should not require software, such as Rufus, that only 
runs on MS-Windows; should be doable with dd.  In DOS there is also RAWRITE?

But I would want to be able to use the rest of the USB stick instead of keeping 
it locked out.

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Re: [Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2016-03-01 Thread Thomas Mueller
> Some suggestions:

> ** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
 messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
 to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
 for some screen readers.

You are too diplomatic!  

"Please consider sending only plain text ..."
really should be 
"Please send only plain text ..."

HTML can be useful in the case of special effects that can't be rendered in 
plain text, but is otherwise just an annoyance.

I also notice excessive indiscriminate quoting in some messages, where the 
entire message is quoted including the list footers and ads, multiple times.

This is very inelegant to say the least.

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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2016-02-29 Thread John Price

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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2016-01-31 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
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** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
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2015-12-31 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
   just the bit of conversation you are replying to. At the same time,
   be careful not to copy the whole conversation if you don't need to.

---

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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2015-11-30 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
   just the bit of conversation you are replying to. At the same time,
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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2015-11-01 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
   just the bit of conversation you are replying to. At the same time,
   be careful not to copy the whole conversation if you don't need to.

---

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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2015-10-01 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
   just the bit of conversation you are replying to. At the same time,
   be careful not to copy the whole conversation if you don't need to.

---

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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2015-09-01 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
   just the bit of conversation you are replying to. At the same time,
   be careful not to copy the whole conversation if you don't need to.

---

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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2015-08-01 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
   just the bit of conversation you are replying to. At the same time,
   be careful not to copy the whole conversation if you don't need to.

---

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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2015-07-01 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
   just the bit of conversation you are replying to. At the same time,
   be careful not to copy the whole conversation if you don't need to.

---

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MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2015-05-01 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

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MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
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MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

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The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
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2015-01-31 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
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** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2014-12-31 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2014-11-30 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2014-11-01 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
   just the bit of conversation you are replying to. At the same time,
   be careful not to copy the whole conversation if you don't need to.

---

Thanks for taking an interest in FreeDOS!

  
  

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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2014-10-01 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
   just the bit of conversation you are replying to. At the same time,
   be careful not to copy the whole conversation if you don't need to.

---

Thanks for taking an interest in FreeDOS!

  
  

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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2014-09-01 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
   just the bit of conversation you are replying to. At the same time,
   be careful not to copy the whole conversation if you don't need to.

---

Thanks for taking an interest in FreeDOS!

  
  

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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2014-08-01 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
   just the bit of conversation you are replying to. At the same time,
   be careful not to copy the whole conversation if you don't need to.

---

Thanks for taking an interest in FreeDOS!

  
  

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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2014-07-01 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
   just the bit of conversation you are replying to. At the same time,
   be careful not to copy the whole conversation if you don't need to.

---

Thanks for taking an interest in FreeDOS!

  
  

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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2014-06-01 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
   just the bit of conversation you are replying to. At the same time,
   be careful not to copy the whole conversation if you don't need to.

---

Thanks for taking an interest in FreeDOS!

  
  

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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2014-05-01 Thread John Price

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
   just the bit of conversation you are replying to. At the same time,
   be careful not to copy the whole conversation if you don't need to.

---

Thanks for taking an interest in FreeDOS!

  
  

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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2014-04-02 Thread jp_freedos

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
   just the bit of conversation you are replying to. At the same time,
   be careful not to copy the whole conversation if you don't need to.

---

Thanks for taking an interest in FreeDOS!

  
  

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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2014-04-01 Thread jp_freedos

OOPS! The remind file could not be downloaded!

Here I am, brain the size of the universe, trying to send you a simple
email, but wouldn't you know it, the file doesn't even exist! Where
does that leave me?!

I'm sure it would say something about FreeDOS, or Jim Hall, or some
mailing list or other, but what do I care.

*sigh* Humans.

In case you think you can fix this, here is the log:


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Re: [Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2014-04-01 Thread Jim Hall
If John Price is still on this list: I think your script needs updating.
It's complaining it couldn't find/send the list reminder, and is sending an
empty log. The list reminder hadn't moved, it's still at
http://www.freedos.org/lists/remind.txt
On Apr 1, 2014 1:00 AM, jp_free...@gcfl.net wrote:


 OOPS! The remind file could not be downloaded!

 Here I am, brain the size of the universe, trying to send you a simple
 email, but wouldn't you know it, the file doesn't even exist! Where
 does that leave me?!

 I'm sure it would say something about FreeDOS, or Jim Hall, or some
 mailing list or other, but what do I care.

 *sigh* Humans.

 In case you think you can fix this, here is the log:



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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2014-02-28 Thread jp_freedos

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
   just the bit of conversation you are replying to. At the same time,
   be careful not to copy the whole conversation if you don't need to.

---

Thanks for taking an interest in FreeDOS!

  
  
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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2014-01-31 Thread jp_freedos

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
   just the bit of conversation you are replying to. At the same time,
   be careful not to copy the whole conversation if you don't need to.

---

Thanks for taking an interest in FreeDOS!

  
  
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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2013-12-31 Thread jp_freedos

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
   just the bit of conversation you are replying to. At the same time,
   be careful not to copy the whole conversation if you don't need to.

---

Thanks for taking an interest in FreeDOS!

  
  
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[Freedos-user] New FreeDOSers Monthly Reminder

2013-11-30 Thread jp_freedos

MONTHLY REMINDER FOR THE FREEDOS MAILING LISTS

Hi! If you are new to the FreeDOS mailing lists, welcome! If you have
been a list member for some time, then you can skip this as you should
be familiar with the rules by now.

---

The FreeDOS Project aims to create a free, complete implementation of
MS-DOS. DOS is still a popular system, and plenty of hardware out
there supports DOS. For more information about FreeDOS, visit:

  http://www.freedos.org/


We have only a few rules for posting to the FreeDOS mailing lists:

1. Please don't swear. We don't want this mailing list to become what
   Usenet turned into.

2. Keep posts on-topic. Remember, we set up this mailing list to
   discuss FreeDOS issues.

3. No flame wars. If you feel really strongly against what someone has
   said, send a reply off-list.


Some suggestions:

** Please consider sending only plain text email messages, rather than
   messages formatted in HTML. Plain text makes it easier for everyone
   to read your posts. Above all, HTML email is particularly difficult
   for some screen readers.

** For best results, provide a bit of context for your reply. Cite
   just the bit of conversation you are replying to. At the same time,
   be careful not to copy the whole conversation if you don't need to.

---

Thanks for taking an interest in FreeDOS!

  
  
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