[nycbug-talk] list protocol. . .

G. Rosamond george
Wed Feb 18 09:14:44 EST 2004

->-----Original Message-----
->From: Dan Langille [mailto:dan at langille.org] 
->Sent: Wednesday, February 18, 2004 9:10 AM
->To: G. Rosamond
->Cc: 'Marc Spitzer'; talk at lists.nycbug.org
->Subject: RE: [nycbug-talk] list protocol. . .
->On Wed, 18 Feb 2004, G. Rosamond wrote:
->> that's funny in some ways, but the reality is that no one 
->should panic 
->> about inquiring about "stupid questions" on this list.
->Labelling a question as stupid says more about the labeller 
->than it does the question.  We must not forget what it was 
->like to not know what we know.  Each of us was a newbie.
->Lest anyone get their toes in a twist, I am not pointing 
->anyone out (indeed, I don't know of anyone I could point out 
->in this regard).  I am just responding to George's reference 
->to stupid questions.

that was in quotes. . .no such thing as stupid questions on this list.

seems like we're all on the same wavelength, for the most part.


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