My status

Steve steve at
Mon Oct 3 05:02:02 PDT 2005

On Mon, 2005-10-03 at 06:50 -0400, Jeremy Huntwork wrote:
> Hello All,
> You may have noticed recently that I have been 'back' to some degree. I 
> have done some work on the LiveCD and yesterday Manuel roused my 
> attention with jhalfs and I added some edits. As I mentioned in my 
> emails before to this and other lists, I had fully intended to leave LFS 
> entirely and not return, at least not for some time.
> However, (and perhaps this demonstrates the degree to which I love this 
> project and the work), I wasn't able to keep myself away.
> As a result, this morning I see a malicious message in my Inbox from one 
> of the team members here. It suggested that I created this notion of 
> leaving LFS as a ruse to gain more recognition and ended with the 
> comment that I 'need help'.
> If it has appeared this way to anyone else, I sincerely and deeply 
> apologize, and I will do my best to stay away from LFS entirely.
> If you intend to reply to this thread, please do so without expressing 
> any sympathy and/or refrain from directing towards me any sort of praise 
> (this email was not intended to extract any such comments and they would 
> only fan the flames of the accusation).
> --
> JH
The following in no way expresses sympathy and/or praise for you.  I am
deeply saddened by the events referred to as they seem symptomatic of
the open source community as a whole at the moment, the entire sense of
community has been lost. 

When I first became involved with Linux some 10 years ago it was not
unusual to be exchanging pleasantries, information, help, assistance,
whatever at all hours of the night and day with people all over the
world.  Now the whole thing seems to have become infested by twats with
large egos and severe personality disorders, worryingly perhaps this
just reflects the current shambolic nature of society as a whole.  It is
also not the first time that this project has demonstrated such inner
problems, it took an iron hand from Gerard to sort out last time.

PEOPLE! For the sake of the Project, the community, and the human race:


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