Subject Re: [IBDI] Names of our lists/newsgroups
Author Martijn Tonies
Hi all,

I'm not a very active member as a FB developer, but more as a tester and
forwarding stuff (errors), mailing ideas and brainstorming about things....
But, I do have a couple of things to say...

First, I use both InterBase and Firebird. Not only because of InterBase
Workbench (which should be renamed perhaps?), but because:

1) my part-time day-time job -> IB (because it's 'backed up' by a company)
2) my part-time InterBase Workbench job -> IB & FB (because it earns me
money)
3) my part-time other job stuff -> FB (because it's free, bugfixed and
there's no need for licenses of course :)
4) personal interest -- I like IB, it's small and easy to use. This, of
course, is also true for FB and I want to keep in touch with it!

When it comes to mailinglists and FB/IB support, I have but one thing to
say:

Please, not _another_ mailinglist to check!!

I'm already a pretty busy man (not as busy as Claudio, who seems to be
posting stuff 24hrs/day :) -- and to get support for FB I have to
subscribe/check another mailinglist is a little bit too much. And I cannot
answer questions to other peoples posts on yet another list - I simply do
not have the time to keep up with that...



Hope this helps,


--
Martijn Tonies
InterBase Workbench - the developer tool for InterBase and Firebird
http://www.interbaseworkbench.com

Upscene Productions
http://www.upscene.com

"This is an object-oriented system.
If we change anything, the users object."






""Claudio Valderrama C."" <cvalde@...> wrote in message
news:NBBBIHEHIBHDIPDPGEPGEEHMFCAA.cvalde@......
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Helen Borrie [mailto:helebor@...]
> > Sent: S´┐Żbado 29 de Diciembre de 2001 18:19
>
> [snip]
>
> > Yes, I watch the subscription notices and the postings that
> > follow, and I can tell that we are far from being exclusively a
> > "Firebird list". People who buy Borland products get "free"
> > developer licences for InterBase(R) in their software packages;
> > and there are still folk who download those buggy old binaries
> > from the Borland site.
>