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Subject: Re: 24 VAC to 9VDC supply
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Date: Sun, 15 Dec 2002 00:10:15 GMT
On 14 Dec 2002 12:38:22 -0600, Mark Lloyd wrote in
>Quit making stuff up. I just had an intellectually-stimulating sig.
>There wasn't a problem until a particularly nasty response from
There was indeed a problem: discussions about the Easter Bunny were then
are now, and forever will be off topic in these newsgroups.
Your behaviour and posts are destructive and counter to the purposes of
this newsgroup. Please refresh your memory :
The comp.home.automation newsgroup was chartered in Feb 1994.
The c.h.a charter can be found at
(All Big Seven newsgroups have charters. Sci.electronics.design is for
"[d]iscussions relevant to the design of electronics circuits." )
The purpose of this group would be for discussion of topics
related to home automation. This would include (but not
necessarily be limited to):
3) Heating and Air Conditioning
4) Irrigation Systems
5) Security Systems
6) "Home Automation Buses" (X-10, CEBus, etc.)
7) Home Robots
Mark Lloyd's off-topic blather about God and the Easter Bunny have no place
in these newsgroups. Period.
If he is too myopic/self-indulgent to understand that, then I suppose that
he will continue to contribute to the destruction of usenet. The quality of
usenet has declined greatly from what it was 10-15 years ago in my opinion.
Off-topic posts by the village idiots of the world are a large part of the
Done with this topic ... Marc (one more for the kill file)
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