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On  7 Apr 96 at 17:49, John Henders wrote:

> Only those who pay no attention to the myrid notes posted everywhere
> that tell them that .13.* kernels are _beta_. This means, if you find
> smething broken, please submit a bug report, not post snarky "it doesn't
> work" messages to the developer list. They are not helpful and just piss
> people off.

Very true.... someone posted a stinker (British understatement here)
in the diald list recently.....:(


> machine, it would probably be appreciated if you mailed the author of
> that code some pointers on your configuration so he could try to fix it.
> See the CREDITS file for hints on who that might be.

I tried that initially when I found a problem, before posting to the
kernel list. However the mail just sat in the queue till it bounced.
So sometimes the email addresses in the credits or the source files
are wrong - which is why the list is so useful.

Graham

Ask not what you can do for your country,
but what your government is doing to you


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