Either the stack moves to Hamburg or Hamburg moves to the stack
(or - even better - nothing moves and someone from the US does it).
Spoken like a true European. And everyone wonders why Americans can't
seem to get any help on this mailing list...
In typical fashion, we North Americans are simply going to have to
help ourselves. And that's fine with us--we're getting used to this "cold
shoulder" attitude from our foriegn "counter-parts".
But in the midst of your arrogant territorialism, try to remember who
invented ISDN, ok?
But closer to Home:
I expect my North American FreeBSD Support Page(s) to be up and running
within the next week or two, as I have already received enough data from
my fellow North Americans to make the page worth posting. This page will
be available to interested parties for the conceiveable future.
I will be formally requesting that the FreeBSD core group start the
"freebsd-us-isdn" mailing list.
Time for us to take our toys and go home, kids--they don't want us
--R. Pelletier (EX-German)
Sys Admin, House Galiagante
We are a Micro$oft-free site
P.S. Forgive me if I've clouded the issue with too many facts. Sorry.
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