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Re: lynx-dev Is this List for Lynx users or *just* developers

From: Duke Normandin
Subject: Re: lynx-dev Is this List for Lynx users or *just* developers
Date: Fri, 8 Jun 2001 22:33:39 -0600
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On Sat, Jun 09, 2001 at 10:32:44AM +0900, Henry Nelson wrote:
> > > > sure that the pages can be rendered by all browsers. For me to ask about
> > > > why Lynx does not support the 'width' element in <td> correctly isn't
> > > > out-of-line, IMO.
> This is about the only thing you've said that I can agree with, jack.

Gee... I'm thrilled!
> > > > Were I a programmer, I would sure as hell be working on
> [...] 
> > Understood --- and if I _could_ hack, I'd be volunteering! Hell, as
> To me this is pure BS.  If you have ENOUGH of an invested interest,

You know... I'd love to buy you a beer! If you're ever in my neck of the
woods, I'm on a ranch South and West of Calgary -- you can see the Rocky
Mountains from my place. It's beautiful! When I'm not babysitting cattle,
or breaking horses, I'm dinking around with FreeBSD, my LAN and sundry
Web stuff. If you make it around the beginning of July you can catch the
world-famous Calgary Stampede to boot. I'm sure that you could give me
some first-hand pointers on home-hacking Lynx w/o creating spaghetti
code. While you're at it, you can explain to me, the BS deal. I find that
a face-to-face conversation on a lot of issues is so much more
meaningful- don't you?

I've got Perl and PHP pretty well under control - so I suppose I could
get serious and learn C. What do you say ---jack (aka bud)?
Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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