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Truth be told that since the time that I posted my rant I have been able to
discuss issues with the person involved and we have come up with good
solutions. If he now had access to the entire discussion in this forum, he
might find it of passing interest but he'd probably move on quickly to
things that interest him more. :-)
I don't feel a need to describe the entire situation except to say that
there were misunderstandings that went further than misunderstanding
between the two of us, that they came to light fairly quickly, and that I'm
back to focusing on the work at hand.
I am grateful for the support that I got from this forum, and I don't plan
to post additional rants here.
And, I do love writers!
On Thu, Apr 19, 2018 at 12:38 PM, Tony Chung <tonyc -at- tonychung -dot- ca> wrote:
> Might I remind everyone that we still have the off topic chat list which is
> neither archived nor accessible from the web? (At least until Al and Connie
> decide to pull the plug....)
> techwr-l-chat -at- techwr-l -dot- com
> Thatâs the best place for rants.
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