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Re: The cygwin mailing lists are rather archaic and cumbersome aren't they...?

On Fri, 7 Feb 2003, Rui Carmo wrote:

> On Sexta, Fev 7, 2003, at 20:33 Europe/Lisbon, Christopher Faylor wrote:
> > I see that the announcement of the gmane cygwin newsgroup has fallen
> > off the bottom of the main cygwin web page so I can't in good
> > conscience use my usual "use the web page" rebuke.
> The first thing that crossed my mind when I saw Cristopher's name at
> the end of the thread was "OK, here's cgf come to point this guy to the
> FAQ..." :)))))))))))))))))))

Hmm, maybe gmane should be added to the FAQ (not Cygwin's, but the list
page, I guess)...

> Anyway, is it just me or is Cristopher in rather good spirits these
> past few days? Must be due to the new snapshot. :)
> Anyway, keep up the good work (and great, if sometimes biting, humor):
> I just had the unusual opportunity to convert a friend from MS's
> Services For Unix over to Cygwin, and he's prototyping like mad on it.
> ;)
> R.
> P.S.: anyone know of a good (free) NFS client for Windows XP, btw?
> That's the only thing he's missing so far.

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