> From: Steve Fulton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Date: Wed, 18 Sep 2002 08:15:02 -0400
> To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Subject: Re: [vchkpw] qmail-inject Error
> At 13:37 18/09/2002 +0200, Oliver Etzel - GoodnGo.COM \(R\) wrote:
> It appears you have very little idea of how a unix-like OS works. I
> suggest you start educating yourself regarding the OS you are using. Once
> you have a clue about what exactly this "ENV variable" is, then learn about
> how Qmail works at http://cr.yp.to and www.lifewithqmail.org .. even
> better, join the Qmail mailing list at cr.yp.to and ask there.
> My final comment is directed at those who insist:
> 1. We teach the them basics of unix systems administration (or even the
> basic syntax).
> 2. We read the documentation or list archives for them.
> 3. We solve their problems as they are unwilling to make the attempt.
> 4. Or who fail to repeatedly provide a minimum explaination of what the
> problem is, or do so poorly.
> A lot of people spend their precious time assisting others on this list,
> and usually do so without resorting to arrogant and rude tactics. Just
> because we are *nice* enough to assist does not give anyone carte blanche
> approval to use us. If you can't figure out the basics, consider hiring
> one of the many talented consultants on this list to solve your problems
> for you -- Your customers will be satisfied and you'll probably find your
> job is more secure because of it.
> -- Steve
I'm going to have to with Steve here. I've been on this list for a while
and the signal-to-noise ratio is horrendous. Is there a charter for this
list? Without a charter it is hard to say what does and doesn't belong on
I would fathom that all the items Steve mentioned above do not belong on the
list. Too bad the majority of the mail generated by the list falls into