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why is it the only valid links inside your website are links to
websites outside of your own, plus the donations link?
I want to set up wireless on linux and was directed to linuxant
originally. I went there but cancelled after finding out that the
license is specific to wlan cards. meaning I have to buy a new license
if I ever switch wlan cards.
I find out about your project but of course wiki and any other
documentation hosted by your website won't load, and certainly not any
download sites. out of curiosity I check the donation link which
works perfectly and I check the links to microsoft and they work also.
Why would I donate when I can't even read your documentation to see
if your software will do what I want?
Are you going to offer documentation/software or are you just wanting
donations for a project that isn't public?
On Wed, 3 Aug 2005 13:22:37 -0400, Glen Flanagan <glen.flanagan@...> said:
Glen> why is it the only valid links inside your website are links to
Glen> websites outside of your own, plus the donations link?
Have you really spent any effort at all to see if your doubts are valid? For
the past few days mysql on sourceforge has been slow, so both wiki and forums
pages are loading really slow. A support request has been filed about this
issue on sourceforge support forums. However, support page and project summary
page (both linked from project home page) should work.
Glen> Why would I donate when I can't even read your documentation to see if
Glen> your software will do what I want?
Others can't know why you wouldn't; I can see perfectly valid reason for
someone to donate to a project that doesn't do what one wants _yet_, in the
hope that it will work in future.
Glen> Are you going to offer documentation/software or are you just wanting
Glen> donations for a project that isn't public?
Instead of throwing aspersions, you could've done lot of things: searched for
the project with any of the search engines, looked at mailing list archives
(how did you come to know about project mailing list?), project forums etc.
Or are you a troll?