[texhax] censorship on miktex-list?

Uwe Lueck uwe.lueck at web.de
Thu Dec 30 13:46:27 CET 2010

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"Arno Trautmann" <Arno.Trautmann at gmx.de>, 30.12.2010 11:59:23:
> I tried twice to send a mail to the MiKTeX-user list asking what the
> meaning of "mik" was. But none of the mails showed up at the list (did
> not come back to me and is not in the archives); I did not get any error
> that the mail was rejected. First mail was sent on 11/09, the second one
> on 12/26.
> As I don't use miktex, I am actually not interested in the list, but
> still want to know where the name comes from.
> So I wanted to ask if someone who had already succeeded to get a mail on
> that list could ask this question for me? I still hope that somewhere
> out there someone does know the meaning of "MiK".
> If the mail from someone normally able to write to that list would not
> shop up, too, I'd think about some conspiracy theories around the most
> secret name of MiKTeX 	;)
> I'd really apreciate help here – it seems that a lot of people want to
> know this, too ;)
> cheers
> Arno

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