Now that is some news, Pierre.
It is still possible to read the last version of the Still no supervision in the French and Spanish forums? thread that Claudio started in Augustl 2005, with Ramón and yourself as first posters, and referring back to the long lost Shouldn't these links be removed as soon as possible? started by you in February 2005:
I just fell into a deep read.
Before the forum change, I had archived it in pieces, just to save the contents, but it is easier to read it continuously.
Ok, sorry, Steve, but sometimes it is difficult, when meeting new correspondents to ponder the extend of intentionality of their obtuness
I already voiced some concerns about the poor wording of the initial post, thanks for mirroring my feelings.
Unfortunately, all posts from ACH are being duplicated here.
Indeed, it would have been useful to be able to select those that would benefit from poking the hivemind and masterminds of the forum; but I don't know if such mechanism is possible. The additions to the help file have almost no raison d'être (pardon my French, hope it's not all Greek to you ) in here.
Peter-Stephen ShortJoy. (My name also an under the belt meaning that made me wonder how ancestors of mine that warranted that name have been able to "be fruitful and multiply" (or their wives were just very forgiving.))
Yes, Jacob, I think it will be welcome, in some cases.
I noticed that according to which forum I initially log in, the Jive interface can be in French or English, so one of the main issues Claudio was facing is gone.
Thanks for the memories!
(pardon my French, hope it's not all Greek to you )
Oh no, Pierre (or Steinn = stone in Icelandic). I suffered French for nearly a decade at school and was at one time fluent in the Belgian variety (where they have sensible numbers above sixty and are not too choosy about genders). Then I switched over to Icelandic which is much more useful up here and my French promptly and thankfully dissolved into a limbo whence it can though still be dredged up with a little effort.
Stefán Fagrabarn (or words to that effect)
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