Re: Welcome back HJR
Date: Mon, 12 May 2008 07:07:04 -0700 (PDT)
On May 9, 6:41 pm, hpuxrac <johnbhur..._at_sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> On May 5, 2:47 am, hjr.pyth..._at_gmail.com wrote:
> > So, in even shorter form: there's still no change in my attitude or
> > stance towards 'the Oracle community'. So you lose your bet.
> If you actually read what I posted I noted that if anyone finds any
> relevant/useful material on your site they should probably save it
I'm certain HJR DID read what you posted, hence the glorious response you received.
> What part are you not understanding exactly?
He's understood it perfectly, from what I read.
> > I'm amused that you should think any part of the Internet can be
> > 'counted on to be permanent', by the way. Why you would think my site
> > any different from any other in that respect, I have no idea.
> Perhaps you are not understanding why people often develop internet
> sites and put content on them.
And lose them due to any number of reasons. Nothing on the Internet is permanent; why you would think otherwise is a mystery to me. And to HJR, which he's already noted.
> Take a look then at a site like Jeffrey Huntershttp://www.idevelopment.info
> ... yikes he actually keeps stuff out there long term doesn't yank it
> and/or switch ISP's as the mood fits his fancy.
Of course he doesn't, but you may find many of his scripts for Oracle won't work on any of the 'newer' releases, like 9i and later versions...and he's been in the thick of a situation where he posted copyrighted content from HJR on his website without attribution:
I'd be thinking twice about using old Jeffery as an example.
David Fitzjarrell Received on Mon May 12 2008 - 09:07:04 CDT