Re: [ldm-users] [noaaport] dvbs2 vs dvbs

Going to have to speak up for my long-time Internet buddy Gilbert.  I am still 
using Perl scripts on my kludged internal webpages that he sent to me 11 years 

One person's spam is another person's valuable info.  Gilbert has long been one 
of the bravest souls in the Unidata and Linux world.  Always volunteering to go 
out and give things a try, the ultimate beta-tester.  I know he has found 
several LDM bugs this way that Unidata promptly fixed.  IMHO, his posts on the 
DVBS2 saga have been extremely helpful.  I am definitely in the "if it ain't 
broke, don't fix it" camp, but have always, always looked forward to Gilbert's 
first tests.  

Robert Mullenax
CSBF Meteorology

-----Original Message-----
From: ldm-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx on behalf of patrick
Sent: Mon 5/9/2011 11:57 AM
To: Gilbert Sebenste
Cc: ldm-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx; noaaport@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [ldm-users] [noaaport] dvbs2 vs dvbs
On 5/9/2011 12:55 PM, Gilbert Sebenste wrote:
> On Mon, 9 May 2011, patrick wrote:
>> i'm aware, however stability in 6.8.x is actually
>> better,
> Really? I have yet to have 6.9.7 crash.
> Do you know what error message(s) you get when
> it happened?

lol, stability is not just a crash gilbert.

> True! I just don't have the time or expertise at the moment to build 
> my own.

yes i'm aware, please try not to spam the entire list so much...
i'm happy to help you from time to time, but have more
emails that i care to receive. :)

  Patrick L. Francis
  Vice President of Research&  Development
  WeatherNation LLC
  Email: wxprofessor@xxxxxxxxx
    AOL: wxprofessor
  Skype: wxprofessor

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