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post Oct 14 2003, 09:34 PM
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The following is a post I did to the news groups thinking you might still read it, but I guess you don'tread them anymore as you stated. I just wanted you to hear it.

"I for one am sorry that you have taken so much abuse from FUDSTERS. I
have enjoyed your product and your dedication to OS/2. I did not mind
when you said you have to charge for the upgrade because I understand
that there is a dwindling supply base of possible people to purchase
your product. In fact I even bought the upgrade for OS/2 and Windows
just to show my support to you.
Giving away your product will not put food on your table and although
you did it as a labor of love, one does have to eat. I can only hope
that maybe you will change your mind on supporting OS/2. If you don't I
can fully understand why.

My biggest complaint will be for the FUDSTERS. Some people just love to
condemn anybody who does anything good for the OS/2 community. They live
to get up every day and do nothing but bad mouth anyone in the OS/2
world. These people, and they know who they are, are pure dirt in my
mind. I hope for the day that maybe they may need some help or advice or
better yet try to develop some software and ask people to buy it. I will
give none to them as they so richly deserve.

Peter, do take care of yourself and your family."

Thanks again

Bob Bencivenga
OS/2 Die Hard
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post Oct 18 2003, 09:09 AM
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Thanks Bob! FWIW, PMView v3.10 will probably be out in November.


Peter Nielsen ( "If you can dream it, you can do it" JFK.
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post Oct 22 2003, 01:25 AM
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Thats good news.

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