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Apparently there are still a few people who do not receive messages by
e-mail. This appears to be a random effect. If it happens for you, try
unsubscribing and subscribing again.
I'll keep the vim-experiment list for a few more days. Use this list
for experimenting with your Google Groups subscription. Please avoid
doing this on the real lists, hundreds of people will get your "just
testing, please ignore" message. If you want to test if you can send a
message, write something useful! :-)
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I visited Vim's charity project in May. I finally found some time to
finish my report and add pictures. You can find it here:
The Vim tips have been successfully moved to a wiki. Please take a
little time in this community effort to improve the Vim tips:
Esp. see the "YOU CAN HELP" link.
The technology involved in making anything invisible is so infinitely
complex that nine hundred and ninety-nine billion, nine hundred and
ninety-nine million, nine hundred and ninety-nine thousand, nine hundred
and ninety-nine times out of a trillion it is much simpler and more
effective just to take the thing away and do without it.
-- Douglas Adams, "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy"
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