__/ [markrush@xxxxxxxxx] on Tuesday 01 November 2005 09:15 \__
> everyones been holding their breaths because of the jagger update,
> expect a lot of exhaling soon!
I know what you mean... I'm still waiting for that puff. PageRank updates
have not reached me although Google has been eating my site quite violently.
About 200 MB of pages were devoured in the last few days of October, so I'm
looking forward to the better.
__/ [beromko@xxxxxxxxx] on Tuesday 01 November 2005 09:03 \__
> Big Bill wrote:
>> On Tue, 01 Nov 2005 03:03:59 +0000, Roy Schestowitz
>> <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> >I don't know about the remainder of the 'regulars', but I have noticed
>> >this group becoming somewhat of an alt.2600 in recent days. What is going
>> >on? I hope it's just a temporary slide. I notice that it is not just me
>> >who has remained quiet and opted for littler involvement.
>> >Yours faithfully...
>> You mean it's full of sprogs who know nothing?
Well, it's just been very odd. A few of the posts make you raise a brow if
not remain gape-mouthed. It reminds me of the very eccentric alt.2600. If
you were ever subscribed to it, you would know what I mean. At some stage
they started crossposting to alt.html and drove many regulars away.
> Yes, we should expect certain qty of such people there beacuse of
> nature of newsgroups - someone going to find a decision of a problem
> here, someone going to help.
It is still favourite group to be in and the discussion used to be very
stimulating. Then came a wave of quirks and I thought to myself "is it only
me?...". Finally I decided to ask and see if others sensed the same thing.
The quality can degrade if occupancy in the group changes.