Hi --

On Tue, 16 Jan 2007, matt wrote:

> On Tue, 2007-01-16 at 07:00 +0900, Karl von Laudermann wrote:
>> matt wrote:
>>
>>> Well I hate to be the one to point it
>>> out, but if its off-topic and not Rails related, ITS SPAM!  I joined
>>> this list for Rails.  I expect a small amount of spam, but not
>>> contributed by the Rails community.
>>
>> I would then suggest that you are perhaps on the wrong list. This list
>> is for Ruby in general, not just Rails specifically. There is tons of
>> traffic that is not Rails related, but is certainly not spam. You
>> probably want the Rails list, which you can subscribe to here:
>> http://lists.rubyonrails.org/mailman/listinfo/rails
>>
>>
>
> Oh you guys are hilarious... How's that for humor?
>
> Since we're all wasting each other's time... I guess I shouldn't feel
> left out....
>
> I mean... we all seem to be very well adept at building this bike
> shed... but if we were talking rocket science or a nuclear reactor... it
> would be a different story for sure...

No, I think those would be equally off-topic -- perhaps more :-)


David

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