[lfs-support] Grateful

hans kaper spakyelj at xs4all.nl
Sun Oct 20 08:12:54 PDT 2013

Op Sun, 20 Oct 2013 15:53:50 +0200 schreef hans kaper <spakyelj at xs4all.nl>:

> Op Fri, 18 Oct 2013 23:42:03 +0200 schreef Dan McGhee <beesnees at grm.net>:
>> I decided to write this since even in my old age I like receiving
>> feedback that my efforts are not in vain.
>> Hats off to you {,B}LFS editors, maintainers, developers and list
>> supporters.  The job you do is almost insurmountable, yet you do it with
>> aplomb.  The LFS book is exactly what it says it is: a "follow the
>> directions exactly" learning experience to build an operation system.
>> That takes work and attention to details.  Not only that, but you take
>> care of broken links on the web site, e-mails not automatically going to
>> those who need them--yes, I follow the list--and all sorts of other
>> housekeeping chores.
>> But given all of this, you take the time to aid people.  I know I can be
>> a pest because I like to have things "right in my mind" before I go
>> ahead.  It's worse right now since I'm scouring the rust from my
>> building skills.  Just this week, Ken Moffat, Bruce Dubbs and Pierre
>> Labastie have taken the time to point me in the right direction so I can
>> do things the way I want to.
>> I remember from my working days that the "trenches" can get so deep I
>> wanted to "throw in the towel."  I urge you not to lose your attitudes.
>> Thanks to you all.
>> Dan
> Hear, hear!!!!
> I was pondering such action, but Dan beat me. I stray into support-sites now and then, but none of them comes near to the quality, politeness and thouroughness of this site!
And patience, of course.

> Thank you from me too.
> Hans.

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