[Pdx-pm] all your authors are belong to us
Ingy dot Net
ingy at ttul.org
Sat Jul 1 21:15:17 PDT 2006
On 01/07/06 15:05 -0700, Eric Wilhelm wrote:
> I'm digging through 01mailrc.txt, 02packages.details.txt, and last
> year's module list trying to sort out the pause ID's of our locals.
> Note: if you're not local, but still consider yourself a part of pdx.pm
> and would therefore like your modules listed on our shirt, we will be
> happy to do so. Remember though that we don't want to take credit for
> everything you've done without your permission (seems posting a message
> here isn't quite permission :-)
> First, I've found a few modules in last year's list that I believe were
> there accidentally. (I can't find any specific attribution in a quick
> once-over.) Unless you speak up, they will be removed:
> Other than those, I start with the entire last year's module list and
> build from there.
> Now, to update the list, I've compiled the attached list of pause ID's
> using various checks on name and/or e-mail address. (If anyone wants
> the code, just ask.)
> The following have posted on the list, but I don't believe they live
> here (anymore.) As I said, we won't take credit for your modules
> unless you want us to.
> Ingy, and other alumnus: I plan to continue using all of the modules
> from last year's list, but won't add anything you've written since then
> unless you ask me to put your pause ID in the list.
My heart is always in pdx, even when my feet are not. Feel free to call
me a native.
I actually do have a mailing address in Portland still and I have spent
more than a week living there total in 2006 so far.
> If your ID is not on the attached list, or if your ID is on the list and
> you would like it removed please get it to me.
> "If you dig it, it's yours."
> --An old village poet (via Al Pacino)
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