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Date: Mon, 14 Oct 2002 22:07:34 -0400
From: Joe Villari
Subject: [hangout] Re: hangout problem
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My name is Joe Villari and I am a member of the board of NYLXS. I
don't think we have ever actually met in person but have always found
your posts and suggestions very interesting and helpful.
I've volunteered to try and resolve whatever issues you have with NYLXS.
We would appreciate that if you would not mirror nylxs.com with
nylxs.org and cease any mailing list you run off nylxs.org which
appears related to NYLXS's hangout mailing list.
I've heard Ruben's side of what he thinks happened. I would love to
hear your side.
Thanks in advance.
> Well things are getting clearer. Ruben just called me and informed me
>that he has blocked my network at his gateway. That explains the lack of
>hangout and bounced mail to the hangout list. It seems that he did this just
>after he logged into one of my servers and deleted a bunch of files. I
>have no idea where this is comming from, but he has also threatened legal
>action if I send any of you email. This is starting to sound a little
>like the high drama from over the summer that managed to get the net
>connection to the nylxs server pulled until I convinced speakeasy that
>they were being dupped by the wwwac folks. Was I wrong? I am not sure
>at this point.
> Having said all that I will continue to communicate with you folks.
>If any of you decide that you want to have an uncensored mailing list let
>DRM is theft! We are the stakeholders! http://www.nyfairuse.org/
New Yorker Free Software Users Scene
Fair Use -
because it's either fair use or useless....