From: ericzen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Aug 26 2002 - 10:36:00 EDT
On 2002.08.26 07:38 Alan Horkan wrote:
> On 26 Aug 2002, j.m.maurer wrote:
> > Date: 26 Aug 2002 12:18:16 +0200
> > From: j.m.maurer <email@example.com>
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: Re: AbiWord Weekly News #106 (2002, week 34) released
> > Op ma 26-08-2002, om 08:59 schreef E . A . Zen:
> > > Get it here:
> > >
> > > http://www.abisource.org/information/news/2002/awn106.phtml
> > or if you really want to read it, grab it here:
> > http://www.abisource.com/information/news/2002/awn106.phtml
> another classic issue :)
> "like a fruity iMac"
> "AbiWord II: The Wrath of Dom"
> same description for both POW
> build a plugin to allow Abiword to check style and diction
> Eric, good idea to ask at least one person (grab from IRC i suggest) to
> proofread the news before you mail to the lists.
> I am still miffed at the list of bug helpers. I dont like the metric as
> it rarely includes my contributions to bugzilla, but i am not sure i can
> come up with a better metric.
My experience is that most people in chat are busy at any given point in time.
As for the bugs, well, bugs aren't working as well for me, but I hope to have
it cleaned up for next week. As for this week, I just used Jesper's script and
plugged it into a copy of 105's xml and reparsed. I would have liked to be
more extensive with all the grandure and niftiness intended, but this night (or
afternoon, pending where you are, or I am), Ihad to get back to a US sleeping
schedule, so, I couldn't be as nice as I was before. There is atleast 24hours
(historically) before Linux Today posts it, if you would like me to fix (or
*makes a small note about Marc's .com/org concept*
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