Re: [SUSE Linux Users] Solaris Interview Questions and Answers - MySql Deployment in solaris
- Harold Hitchcock wrote:
>Well, I think a lot of that was because Novell started some
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> Subject: Re: [SUSE Linux Users] Solaris Interview Questions and Answers -
> MySql Deployment in solaris
> On Mon, Oct 25, 2010 at 01:30, Aaron Kulkis <akulkis00@...> wrote:
>> J wrote:
>>> seems that the only traffic this list gets
>>> anymore is spam... :(
>> I think it's partially because SuSE works more
>> smoothly than it used to.
> Indeed :) Over the years (I used to do a lot of SLES beta testing for
> IBM) I noticed a very distinct improvement in quality in SLES and SuSE
> in general.
> And I say that as an old school Red Hat guy too...
> And it's a nice coincidence that I am saying all that while sitting at
> the Ubuntu Developer Summit... what a world :)
> Started improving right after Novell bought it. The posts here started
> dwindling immediately. Not there's almost nothing here.
official mailing lists.
Nevertheless, lack of traffic here doesn't justify anyone
coming in and using it as his own personal spam outlet.
And certain castes from India (while officially, the castes
have been abolished, they still retain the same last names)
seem to think that they hold a privileged position in life
by merely being born, and attempt to lord it over everyone,
which is the case in this particular incident.