Emacs problem with Cygwin 1.5.17-1

Angelo Graziosi Angelo.Graziosi@roma1.infn.it
Fri Jun 3 20:02:00 GMT 2005

"No one is obligated" but when one one is asked for something:


and one answers


it is natural to wait for a response, a simple response as "Ok received!"
or sometghing else only to close the cycle.

Best regards,
Angelo Graziosi
On Thu, 2 Jun 2005, Larry Hall wrote:

> At 01:37 PM 6/2/2005, you wrote:
> >On Wed, 1 Jun 2005 19:09:35 -0400 , Christopher Faylor  wrote:
> >
> >>Please stop doing this.  I do read email.  I will read your email
> >>when I have time.  Pinging me is not going to help.
> >
> >You should at least answer "OK. the problem is under investigation" or
> >something else.
> This isn't a customer support line.  It's volunteer.  While most postings to 
> this list receive some sort of response at some time, no one is obligated 
> to respond to any posts.  If this "policy" proves to be a problem for you,
> you, of course, aren't obligated to post on this list.  Also, paid Cygwin
> support contracts are available through Red Hat at least.  You may want to 
> consider that option if you want quick and consistent response times.
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