[OS X TeX] Threads on MacIntel

Alain Schremmer Schremmer.Alain at verizon.net
Fri Jun 10 16:01:49 CEST 2005

Jon Guyer wrote:

> On Jun 9, 2005, at 11:45 AM, Rene Borgella wrote:
>> My apologies, then.  I'm sincerely sorry if I offended anyone
> No need to apologize. Certainly I'm not offended and I don't get the 
> sense that Simon is, either. I was just supporting his /request/ that 
> this list stay on topic. I was also one who previously /requested/ 
> that this list steer clear of generic TeX, non-OS X TeX questions that 
> have other fora. That request has been ignored, making the list less 
> valuable for me, but evidently more valuable for the majority of 
> people here. So it goes.

> I'm on a number of pretty high-volume lists (MacOSX-TeX is only in the 
> middle of the pack). They're hard to keep up with under the best of 
> the circumstances, but when they go off into the weeds (as most of 
> them did this week) it gets impossible. Life /for me/ is better when 
> lists stick to talking about what they say they're going to talk 
> about. That's all.

Yes, a measure of occasional inconvenience is the price we /all/ must 
pay for freedom.


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