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Re: [opensuse-factory] mirrorbrain
On Fri 25 Mar 2011 at 19:11:09 (-0300 UTC) Felix Miata wrote:
On 2011/03/25 17:12 (GMT-0400) Marco Calistri composed:

see my post in annex on the matter.

I know not what annex means. Unsolicited email attachments don't reach
my eyes.

That's was not unsolicited since you asked about a problem with I met as

On the contrary. I didn't email the list using an attachment, and I
expect a polite reply to contain no attachment. I asked using plain
text, without inviting any other kind response or providing any
inference that some other kind might be appropriate. If a response in
the form of something other than a like (inline typed text) reply is
too big to paste in, then send a link to where I can find it using a
web browser at my convenience. I'm virtually dumfounded the way
openSUSE lists are run generally that any attachment is ever permissible. explains
my position on email attachments, which I treat as spam (delete,
manually if not done automatically by my filters) regardless of source
or intent of sender.

So, I still have no idea what annex means.

So here what I would like to send you with the attachment:

On 22/02/2011 13.53, Marco Calistri wrote:
Re: Mirrorbrain failures over Brazilian opensuse Mirrors


In order to avoid an error (IPv6 like, IMHO) I had to modify the default
repository URL "" to "".

I suppose this is a local problem here in Brazil where the main URL were
redirected on Brazilian openSUSE mirror which apparently is failing the



Marco Calistri
It would seem that the theory [quantum mechanics] is exclusively
concerned about "results of measurement", and has nothing to say about
anything else. What exactly qualifies some physical systems to play the
role of "measurer"? Was the wavefunction of the world waiting to jump
for thousands of millions of years until a single-celled living creature
appeared? Or did it have to wait a little longer, for some better
qualified system ... with a Ph.D.? -- J. S. Bell

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