That's 100% fine.
I accept the apology.
We both had a tough day.
Anyway, I am looking forward to work with everyone at ICS.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Fastream Technologies" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "ICS support mailing" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, February 07, 2006 10:21 AM
Subject: Re: [twsocket] Protocol "https" not implemented EHttpException
> Ok maybe ordinary was not as explanatory as I thought it would be. What I
> meant was developers outside of Microsoft and other big $,$$$,$$$,$$$
> companies. I usually get the expression -not only from here but generally-
> that people tend to pay to big companies and not to smaller ones despite
> offering the same service and even less costly.
> Please do not get me wrong, I did not want to show disrespect. I just
> to emphasize that money spent on ICS-SSL would not be wasted.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Marius van Tubbergh" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> To: "ICS support mailing" <email@example.com>
> Sent: Monday, February 06, 2006 8:54 PM
> Subject: Re: [twsocket] Protocol "https" not implemented EHttpException
> >> I do not understand why people who spend hundreds of dollars for each
> >> Windows copy hesitate to support a descent effort initiated by me back
> >> 2002-2003 and implemented by many volunteers who are ordinary coders
> >> like YOU!
> > "Ordinary"??? Please elaborate.
> > If my understanding is not failing me please let me have a word or two:
> > I welcome your compliment warmly. Please keep in mind that you
> > don't have a job if not for "ordinary" coders like myself.
> > Bottom line is ordinary component developers like YOURSELF need ordinary
> > coders like me.
> > Please show me where does MS advertise there O/S to be free
> > and as soon as you want to browse My Computer you need to make a
> > "donation"
> > (compulsory)?
> >>I am not sure what your earning model is but ever thought of
> >> developing shareware? If you did, you would understand
> > My earning model is enough to purchase the best component suite on the
> > market.
> > (BTW: I have spend $1000's on components since 2002).
> > I am developing freeware software as a hobby and support free / open
> > source
> > components.
> > My line of work varies from property investment to software development
> > etc...
> > You might rent one of my properties, drop me the address and I will
> > confirm.
> >>that $50 for a source
> >> code is actually no expensive than nothing.
> > If not mistaken a minimum of $119 (only) will get me the source code.
> > See: http://www.overbyte.be/frame_index.html
> > I have no problem that you get paid for the ordinary work you do!
> > But you should consider to replace "Freeware" (as you arrogantly
> > on your site) to "Shareware".
> > What if I set up a software site and promote freeware software but as
> > as you get to the download link
> > I pop you an ORDER page to beg for a donation and if you don't donate
> > don't get the software. Or even worse,
> > after you use the software you realize that it's only partly free and
> > have to make a minimum "donation" (doubting the terminology here) of
> > in order to use the entire application.
> > Please refer to your English dictionary for the term "donation".
> > Quoting WordWeb:
> > "Donation" =
> > "A voluntary gift (as of money or service or ideas)
> > made to some worthwhile cause"
> > "Act of giving in common with others for a common
> > purpose especially to a charity"
> > Yes, I realize ICS is free and SSL-ICS is not free.
> > You actually have very clever strategy, will give you credit for that.
> > Something at least not that ordinary about YOU.
> > NB: Your approach is really not good.
> > Rather stick to technical support and don't try to get funny with users.
> > I have actually just received a decent reply from DZ-Jay (Thanks).
> > Have a look at it, catch a few tips and by the time SSL-ICS is free for
> > everyone you might have enough
> > "people-skills" not to chase users away but rather attract them.
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