[sane-devel] Multiple Scanner Support
m. allan noah
kitno455 at gmail.com
Thu Jul 14 18:14:19 UTC 2011
I'm not entirely sure how to respond.
First, I very much appreciate the thanks. Performing sane's janitorial
duties doesn't usually elicit praise :) Oddly, it was never my
intention to be in this position. In 2003, I simply wanted to get a
patch into the fujitsu backend, and then leave this list. Obviously
that plan failed :)
Second, I hesitate to recommend an OS because there are some very
dedicated port maintainers on this list. I don't want to put them in a
position where they feel they must defend their organization/employer.
Third, I am somewhat disturbed at the thought of a cult. But I wonder
if I could get them to come and mow my lawn?
On Thu, Jul 14, 2011 at 12:12 PM, Richard Ryniker <ryniker at alum.mit.edu> wrote:
> Allen has been a steadfast contributor to this list of information and
> advice to scanner users, for which it is entirely appropriate to say
> "Thank you" from time to time. Thank you, Allen, for the significant
> personal effort you contribute to make SANE and this list a valuable
> resource for many others.
> With respect to the original poster's question about what operating
> system you prefer, this is the first time I can recall where you have
> been discreet, even reticent, to offer an opionion about software. You
> have every right to reserve comment, of course. Among other
> possibilities, you may simply seek to avoid a cascade of posts about the
> perceived advantages or problems of different software platforms.
> It is possible your discretion on this topic might start a cult among list
> readers that tries to infer your operating system preferences from clues
> it claims to find in your posts. I guess that is the price of prominence.
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