On Thu, Mar 22, 2001 at 12:45:20PM -, Robert Shiels wrote:
slight simplifiction, but pretty much true, if there are any other SAP
people here :-)
/me just manages to resist going on and on about SAP's debugger
"eee, it was much better in the 80s"
On Fri, Mar 09, 2001 at 11:56:30AM +, David Cantrell wrote:
I can't remember, but I *think* I took that picture. Not that I actually
give a shit.
Oops, sorry! I thought it was Robert that took it. Mea culpa :-(
At least we (London PM) get some publicity from the article (I couldn't
On Fri, Mar 09, 2001 at 12:50:17PM -0500, mallum wrote:
I run http://10.am and do this on a largish scale.
Mallum - greetings!
I didn't know you were on this list - then again, I am crap at keeping
oh woe, 2000 unread in my london.pm folder :-(
Still, I can post this, I guess:
"London PM members infiltrate German Perl Workshop - pictures here!"
On Mon, Jan 29, 2001 at 09:15:31PM +, Leon Brocard wrote:
Yes. I've actually got a copy of this fine book lying in my bedroom
right now. An actual book! Hardcopy! Not on the screen! Let's buy
Dave a drink or two ;-)
Yay - got mine too.
Three cheers for Dave! Well done that man.
On Sat, Jan 20, 2001 at 12:28:03PM -0700, Nathan Torkington wrote:
I want tutorial, paper, and talk proposals. Tutorials are a half- or
full-day. Papers are 25 minutes long, and intended to be high-quality
and academicish. Talks can be more informal and are either 25, 40, or
90 minutes in
On Sun, Jan 21, 2001 at 02:26:07PM +, Jonathan Stowe wrote:
On Sun, 21 Jan 2001, Jonathan Peterson wrote:
If you're prepared to consider locations a little out of
there are lots of large hotels around Heathrow that have
On Wed, Jan 24, 2001 at 02:23:57PM -, Bates, Duncan wrote:
I wrote my book under Windows - I figured that Word would be the easiest
way to produce it.
so in retrospect what would be the best format to produce a book in?
markup / WYSINWYG rules
On Wed, Jan 24, 2001 at 01:47:59PM -, Jonathan Peterson wrote:
Jon, who thinks Windows workstation connected to *nix machine running samba
is the prefered development environment.
I'm with you on that one. That's what I'm doing right now, and with PuTTY
being such a great
Am I going mad or is there no way I can start my fav client program
PuTTY and specify a saved 'session' directly with a switch?
(i.e. I can specify a hostname, but I _want_ to specify a session
name - to have my colours / fonts etc)
On Mon, Jan 22, 2001 at 03:40:48PM +, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
"C:\Program Files\Putty\putty.exe" @SessionName
wow - excellent. Thanks. I don't think I would have come upon '@' in
my guessing ;-)
On Mon, Jan 22, 2001 at 04:26:32PM +, Greg McCarroll wrote:
reply-to having the address of the sender is the right thing,
it means when you reply to a message you reply to author of
that message, when you reply-all you reply to all
No no no!
You're on a
On Mon, Jan 22, 2001 at 04:33:33PM +, Greg McCarroll wrote:
war implies a large struggle, this would be more like a 5 second
knockout - everyone knows mutt is the one true mail client
Now _that_ is something I can agree with g
happy just to have realised he'll be able to make next
On Sun, Jan 07, 2001 at 07:47:27PM -, Dean S Wilson wrote:
Was anyone on list involved in the beta reading of this one?
If so did it look promising?
It was going in the right direction, but there hasn't seemed to
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