Re: Greetings from an old Oracle-l'er!
Date: Fri, 7 Nov 2008 14:56:12 -0800 (PST)
Compuserve? Heck, I remember the source!!
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- Original Message ---- From: Ian MacGregor <ian_at_slac.stanford.edu> To: john.kanagaraj_at_gmail.com; bbel5_at_allstate.com Cc: ORACLE-L <oracle-l_at_freelists.org> Sent: Friday, November 7, 2008 10:08:29 AM Subject: Re: Greetings from an old Oracle-l'er!
John, you're such a neophyte. We crumudgeons remember the days the list was hosted at SUNY Stonybrook and the how persnickety that siie. Of course we also remember Compuserve, Oracle documentation which used a proprietary markup language, trying to explain the web to people, and trying to convince Oracle they should pay some attention to it.
Welcome back Bambi.
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On 11/7/08 8:34 AM, "John Kanagaraj" <john.kanagaraj_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Welcome back Bambi. > > It has been about 10 years actually - Jared and I talked about this > over the ACE dinner at the recent Oracle Open World. Jared created > Oracle-l in 1998 'cos the other listserv sucked, and we traced the > progress over the many hosting services..... There were a bunch of us > who migrated over from the Quest PL/SQL and DBA pipelines to Oracle-l > and we were all excited because the CBO was coming on stream in Oracle > 7.x :) > > John > > On Fri, Nov 7, 2008 at 7:58 AM, Bellows, Bambi (Comsys) > <bbel5_at_allstate.com> wrote:
>> Hi Folks!
>> I'm on a gig where I get to be a DBA most of the time again (as opposed to
>> an Apps DBA, which, as you know, is completely different)Š so I thought I
>> would come back to the old stomping grounds and partake in the technical
>> conversations that have been oracle-l's mainstay for the past 15 years or
>> so. Gosh, has it really been that long? Anyway, for all you old-timers,
>> hello, and for all you new folks, um, please ignore this intrusion into your
>> Take care and talk to you soon!
> Received on Fri Nov 07 2008 - 16:56:12 CST