Re: The RPML should be fixed and not abandoned.

From: Bill (
Date: Wed May 14 2003 - 18:06:41 EEST

To the message below I say - ditto...

Do you abandon a car when it gets a flat?

Very new to this RP thing and looking forward to all the smart answers to
the questions I know I will have when I figure out the start button on
these programs being used for Rapid Prototyping.


At 10:31 AM 5/14/03 -0400, wrote:

>Hanna/all -
>I also have been a subscriber for many years, and due to my company's
>e-mail policies, I have not been able to post to the list very often. I
>use this list as a significant resource as I follow the RP industry. I
>have received a tremendous amount of knowledge from those who post to this
>list. I also have been saddened by the amount of SPAM that is passed on to
>me by this list, and the anti-SPAM messages contribute far too much to the
>problem. If there is a way to reduce the SPAM, that would be great, and if
>SPAM does sneak in, can we all just hit the delete key?
>I now promise to post to this list and become a much more active member of
>the RPML community... as along as everyone else promises to just delete!
>To quote John Irvin, "I've said my piece, I'm staying".
>Paul Bates
>Director of Advanced Process Engineering - Reebok International

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