[OS X TeX] Threads on MacIntel
gerhardt at math.uni-heidelberg.de
Fri Jun 10 16:03:13 CEST 2005
This is one of the few occasions when I whole heartedly share Alain's
On 10.06.2005, at 15:49, Alain Schremmer wrote:
> Rene Borgella wrote:
>> At 11:38 AM -0400 6/9/05, Jon Guyer wrote:
>>> On Jun 9, 2005, at 11:25 AM, Simon Spiegel wrote:
>>>> Sorry to be spoil sport here, but could we please restrict the
>>>> discussion on the PPC -> Intel change to LaTeX related issues?
>>>> Maybe I'm the only one who thinks like this,
>>> Nope. You're not.
>> My apologies, then. I'm sincerely sorry if I offended anyone or
>> caused any one to feel that they wasted their time reading posts off
>> the topic of TeX. I hesitated to post this type of info here, but
>> saw that several others were seemingly interested in this thread, and
>> so I posted two messages.
>> Just for the record, I DON'T mind when others on this list do
>> occasionally post what is not always strictly TeX related, as the
>> folks on this list generally have thoughtful, provocative ideas about
>> all manner of things -- including TeX!
> I certainly second that.
> By the way, Spiegel's "could we please restrict the discussion on the
> PPC -> Intel change to LaTeX related issues?" would seem to eliminate
> "TeX" related issue.
> More generally, I think that such admonishments are perilously close
> to censorship by intimidation. For my part, I just trashed any message
> about MacIntel. I think that it has cost me only about 14.83 seconds
> of my still very busy life so that I can afford to let those who
> enjoyed the thread enjoy it.
> Regards to all.
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