[Snort-users] Snort Users Yahoo Group
Sadanapalli, Pradeep Kumar (MED, TCS)
Pradeep.Sadanapalli at ...8430...
Thu Jun 19 14:13:05 EDT 2003
Yes..when we r speaking about delay, it is a relative term. What can we
do even if the mailing list is past, but the people are not posting
their responses ?
Slow and fast --evrything depends on persons in the mailing lists...!!
Say you are creating a new mailing list and I post a message and don't
get a response at all...then that I can consider as infinite delay, even
if my post got posted immediately.
I will stick to this group. This is my opinion.
From: Michael Anderson [mailto:mca at ...1717...]
Sent: Thursday, June 19, 2003 3:40 PM
To: 'Snort User Groups'
Subject: Re: [Snort-users] Snort Users Yahoo Group
Looks like the responses to this thread are coming in pretty much real
time. What does that say about the delay?
Chris Mann wrote:
>On Thu, 2003-06-19 at 15:00, Rodney Green wrote:
>>Let's just hope others will join us.
>While I can appreciate your effort and reasoning..
>I just don't have time for another mailing list subscription. I try to
>keep them down to as few as possible. From what I've seen, a few hours
>delay isn't a horrible thing, unless you're trying to get a real time
>Just my 2cents worth.
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