Robert, my apologies for the disastrous formatting. I re-formatted from the original in the forums, intending to eliminate peripheral material which would indeed have appeared to have little point here.

My purpose was as Eyes-Only suggests. As you know, Ulf had asked a question some months ago about statistical data referencing K-Meleon users.

No offense taken. Thank you.

Carson,
Canada


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No offense, but this is kinda pointless...

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> -- Male=3D20
> -- American
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> Australia
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> China
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> Italy
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> <br>Australia<br>
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> England<br>
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> India<br>
> Italy<br>
> Netherlands<br>
> Philippines<br>
> Poland<br>
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Date: Tue, 06 Sep 2005 15:48:39 -0400
From: "James Edgar McCarthy Sr." < jimmymac1@me.acadia.net>
Reply-To: jimmymac1@me.acadia.net
To: kmeleon-dev@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: re: [Kmeleon-dev] K-Meleon Users - Mean Ages

Robert Allen wrote:

> No offense, but this is kinda pointless...

To the contrary. I stored Carson's letter away in my "Important" folder
as valuable information re: K-Meleon and the over-all general target
audience of users that we're reaching. There are several threads going
at the K-Meleon Forum of which I've taken a peculiar interest because of
this and find no more pointless than the thread started ages ago by
boogomatic on "Who Uses K-Meleon---and Why?" to which people are *still*
adding to despite it being intended, I believe, for 0.9 before it even
came out.

"One man's trash is another man's treasure" I guess. ;)

Peace & Harmony,

jimmymac
"Eyes-Only/L'Peau-Rouge d'Acadie"
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