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  1. #11

    Re:OfB Open Choice Awards 2002

    [quote author=Ralinx link=board=13;threadid=4373;start=0#43621 date=1027936764]
    i would like to thank uninet for defending their choices both here and on dot.kde.org
    [/quote]

    Certainly.

    every reply of his (here and on the dot) makes sense
    Thank-you, I appreciate that.

    btw, how did u find out about this board? did u just notice a lot of referrals on ur site from this board?
    Yes, indeed. That is exactly how I found it. I noticed hits right after my server logs reset, which made it all the more noticable.

    [quote author=Ashcrow link=board=13;threadid=4373;start=0#43633 date=1027955899]
    Well it makes much more sense now :-). I didn't know the awards were geared to converts/end user/enterprise. In that case good job! :-)
    [/quote]

    Thanks! I try to leave something in the articles for everyone, but those segments are the focus.

    BTW, I'm still not sure about vim, nano is clearly better. :P


    Best,
    Tim

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    Re:OfB Open Choice Awards 2002

    [quote author=uninet link=board=13;threadid=4373;start=0#43732 date=1028005195]
    BTW, I'm still not sure about vim, nano is clearly better. :P
    [/quote]

    uh oh... ur gonna start a war with comments like that

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    Re:OfB Open Choice Awards 2002

    nano makes me cry....

    not a bad editor though.

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    Re:OfB Open Choice Awards 2002

    I found nano just fine for simple editing (like building very simple configuration files). But I still prefer vim or gvim in the end. Nano is just a cleaner pico to me.

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