nabble archive is down, called Lombardi who knows who fixed.
Nabble is our archive, perhaps not entity that sends e mail.
nabble wasn't telling me my messages from new e mail address were
getting through. They evidently were as a member pointed out in
private e mail.
When I unsubscribed my old e mail address from recieving e mail, I
fear the nabble unsubscribed all my e mails. I was trying to test this
and other hypotheses blind because nabble was down. I had ranked
nabble down hypothesis low as ranking is a robust way to traverse a
I am sorry to have troubled the list, but trying to redo things I did
years ago is not trivial as I am not hot to it now. It sounded like a
simple prescription to change e mail provider for clearer formatting,
but I had to change also subscription to the list.
This may be an untried logic path to illuminate the list providers.
I've written them.
Forming, ranking, and testing hypotheses today has emotionally and
neurally exhausted me. I was stuck in a hard wooden chair at library
wifi because I would have really hurt doing this research with one
finger squinting at a small screen at mom's dime a minute forbidding a
day on modem.
Got to take a long walk to walk it off.
On the bright side, some great theoretical physicist continues to believe in me.
> I believe that Paul is doing some tests. We need to be pacient. Would be
> to know what kind of tests he is doing...
> Please Paul, let us know what you are trying to do. We are curious about
> tests ...
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Paul Sheldon <[hidden email]>
Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2008 23:04:33 -0500
Subject: Re: [croquet-user] Sorry, reason for many tests is nabble blind
To: Ric Moore <[hidden email]>
Yes. I had speculated this, but tried sending to myself outside
croquet loop and recieve and had thought it a crazy hypothesis.
I appreciate that you have stated publically the new preferences I
have to set with gmail.
You will also note that using gmail web mail client I retain the bad
quotes. I do not think the problem, then, is with yahoo. Yahoo/AT&T
and google both have poor serving of remote apps. I believe push mail
would present better quotes and linebreaks, but, from the awful
experience of crashing iPhones in my computer club, I'll let
corporation's beta test that.
I might try posting response to threadswith nabble web client and see
about other Duke search engine compatibility.
I don't really think the quotes are what kills web mail, rather it is
forced hard linewrap.
Search engines dealing with our specialized interests in having
threads intelligible will have invested time in making clear
I wish to thank you foryiir kindness and taking the time to understand
and identify my problem Monday.
So, when I respond publically to threads, I will attempt to confirm I
achieve quotes and linebreak sanity or cut out the quotes with a
debrief or respond privately.
This will take thoughtfulness on my part, but, when I'm not tired, I
can actually choose to enjoy thinking.
This will both improve my health (since thinking is what I do and I
could get sick not enjoying what I do) and my sense of humor which
Cousin's wrote a book on.
Now, I'm going to look for those damn preferences. Oh, I think I shall get sick.
> On Mon, 2008-04-21 at 18:22 -0500, Paul Sheldon wrote:
> > I can only send , so far.
> You can receive your own emails only if you change your preferences at
> Gmail, otherwise you'll see replies to your posts, but not your
> posts. :) Ric
> My father, Victor Moore (Vic) used to say:
> "There are two Great Sins in the world...
> ..the Sin of Ignorance, and the Sin of Stupidity.
> Only the former may be overcome." R.I.P. Dad.
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