At 2:35 PM -0600 11/26/01, john wrote:
>Excuse me, but I never intended on adding the world to that question, and
>your defensive response tells me you have to fight for trash you are using.
>I have utilized the Mac OS X long enough to run far far far away.
That's a general enough criticism as to be essentially useless. Do you
have some specific MySQL-related shortcomings in mind? I for one would
be interested in hearing them.
I'm not sure that Michael's response was "defensive", but your
characterization of Mac OS X as "trash" certainly is loaded. Have
you some difficulty with the idea that other people might find Mac
OS X useful?
>Until you can get a grip on criticsm, ease off buddy. Your gonna give
>yourself an aneurysm.
>From: Michael Collins [mailto:mcollins@stripped]
>Sent: Monday, November 26, 2001 1:59 PM
>To: john; MySQL List
>Subject: RE: Mac OS X and MySQL
>At 1:49 PM -0600 11/26/01, john wrote:
>>this is not meant to be demeaning, but your not seriousely running a server
>>with a Mac are you?
>And why not? Are you at all familiar with Mac OS X and/or Darwin? It
>is Unix BSD.
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