Chipper, if you are getting back into IT, this is a wonderful welcome back 
project. I am very interested in having small farms in my region (HoustonTX 
area) do this program in order to maximize harvest and send overstock into 
local community.

And yes, i would love for this site to continue if you are up to it. It would 
be much appreciated. Thank you.


> On Mar 16, 2017, at 10:33 AM, Chip Mefford <> wrote:
> Good day all of you who are left, 
> I really want to thank everyone who has sent their 
> thoughts on taking the list down. There have been 
> some, , no, not some, all, great stories. 
> Before I take the list down, , 
> I was wondering how many of you are still interested in keeping
> something like this going. 
> reason I ask is that I am becoming involved in a 
> new software project that I find very exciting, and
> hence have chosen to do the work to update my 
> respective servers, including the mailing list server. 
> Kind of a pain in the neck, I went through a life-change
> over the last 6 years, and walking away from all things
> IT was part of that. Since I had many dangling obligations
> (being a denizen of the internet) I tapered it all down
> to where about the only thing I was responsible for was
> this mailing list. However, that particular attempt
> at resolving some things in my life by not doing 
> systems administration have cropped back up again, 
> so that wasn't the fix for which I had hoped. 
> So, it doesn't make sense really to abandon all those
> skills I had developed, even though I am moving into 
> my dotage, (heh) but rather to double down and dive back
> in. 
> The project of which I speak is FarmOS
> Take a look, give me some feedback, if there is interest, 
> I'll migrate some or all of this list into a new
> community.
> Thanks kindly for your attention in this matter;
> --chipper
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