Forget "The Power of the Atom" - let's harness *this* chain-reaction.
I ask if people want to read JavaHz in English, Gerhard plugs his
Eurotechnology on a tangent about a FAQ, Chas flames back
(no doubt with the sympathy of many) about shameless self-
promotion on the list, Andrea suggests that Gerhard broaden the
Eurotechnology brochure-ware to include plugging Juergen's stuff,
Juergen amplifies Andrea's plug of Juergen's employer, unwittingly
supplying flame-bait with his use of the word "FREE"...and Nick
goes after Juergen with hair-splitting distinctions about what "free"
means in intellectual community-property terms. (And then *I*
almost flamed back at *him*!)
OK: topic drift, flaming, dissing Gerhard, open-source license
terminology wanking....mea culpa. Of the sinners, I'm the worst.
So can we all stop now? Do we have to form a 12-step group
or something? No? I thought not; just wanted to be sure.
Now: please consider the original post's questions about distributing
translations of the GigaHz list: "Are you interested?" and "What are
the likely cultural-sensitivity issues here?"
If you have something to contribute on this, respond PRIVATELY to
----- Original Message -----
From: "Juergen Specht" <js_at_nooper.com>
Sent: Sunday, June 10, 2001 2:04 PM
Subject: (keitai-l) Re: i-mode photos was: Re: Any interest in JavaHz
mailing list transl
> > so claiming they are an element of the
> >>FREE internet
> > is a terminological inexactitude.
> I give up! :)
> Juergen Specht [ Nooper.com - Mobile Services Inc. ] http://nooper.com
> New: i-mode/iAppli testing service NooperLabs: http://nooper.co.jp/labs/
> [ Did you check the archives? http://www.appelsiini.net/keitai-l/ ]
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Received on Sun Jun 10 15:54:22 2001