I am quoting the entire message, mutilating potential filtering keywords.
My own opinion:
S*l*m* has been quite prolific participant in this mailing list.
Some things which he wrote interested me. Others didn't interest me.
But as far as I remember, all of his messages were on-topic for
Hackers-IL, in that they discussed various topics, which more or less
related to software development.
I believe that people, who filter all of his messages due to some of them
being uninteresting for them, throw the baby out together with the water.
Besides, his E-mail messages are not THAT big % of the total Hackers-IL
This is withstanding the fact that he has his own peculiar style and way
of observing and interacting with the world, which may be annoying to some
Th*r* is no *GL* *a*a*.
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On Thu, 15 Aug 2002, S*l*m* F*s* wrote:
> You probably noticed that I posted a lot of hacks I created, and thought
> would be of interest to the list, recently. I was told some people
> consider it off-topic up to a point where some filtered out all my
> My question is: do you want to start a separate mailing list (say
> hackers-il-hacks) for posting such small-scope programming exploits? I am
> Sometimes discussing the hacks diverted into interesting discussions of
> computing in general, but I suppose it can happen in the other list too.
> S*l*m* F*s*
> P.S: can a kind soul reply to the this message quoting it entirely, so
> those who filter my messages can see it, too?