Date: Mon, 2 Jul 2007 07:03:32 -0400
Reply-To: Gerhard Hellriegel <gerhard.hellriegel@T-ONLINE.DE>
Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From: Gerhard Hellriegel <gerhard.hellriegel@T-ONLINE.DE>
Subject: Re: help on my interview
I fully agree: if someone want to discuss in chineese, bengali or german,
he need to look for or found another (national) list. In germany there was
once. There where only a handful of people and most of the questions were
like "do you have a tip where I can get a cheap flight ticket to
australia...". I deleted the link to that page after some weeks.
If you want to bring as many as possible experts of a american software
together, what is easier as using the native language of that software?
Everybody who was dealing with SAS had to learn english to understand the
messages. The national languages where not supported prior to V9 or V8. So
where is the problem?
I think nobody here, also the native english guys, are angry about my
hundreds of faults just in a few words. Sometimes I even get good tips in
improving it - thanks for that!
So let's continue like it is.
And if someone posts to the list, please use a language which not only 1%
of all can understand. If someone want to do so, (s)he should send
personal e-mails, not to the list!
On Mon, 2 Jul 2007 09:59:01 -0000, nichas <sachin.gadkar@GMAIL.COM> wrote:
>On Jun 23, 4:27 am, nos...@HOWLES.COM ("Howard Schreier <hs AT dc-sug
>DOT org>") wrote:
>> On Fri, 22 Jun 2007 00:39:59 -0700, nichas <sachin.gad...@GMAIL.COM>
>> >chaitu.ta...@gmail.com wrote:
>> >> hi ! friends ....
>> >> this is chaitu... nenu SAS meda try chestunnanu ...
>> >> SAS nerchukoni 6 months ayyendi .. ....
>> >> naku me nundi help kavali ......
>> >> plz. naku melo evarina SAS meda Interview chesi pettagalara.... if
>> >> meeru
>> >> cheya galigithey na mail id ki me mail-id or test mail send
>> >> cheyagalaru....
>> >> this is my mal id : chaitu.takur @ gmail.com
>> >> na First SALARY meku estanu ......
>> >this is not a bengali site, its meant for everybody and the medium
>> >everybody uses is English.
>> It's true, de facto, that almost all posts are in English, but I've been
>> involved here for 18 years and never sensed that there is a rule about
>> In fact, I vaguely recall the occasional bit of apparently productive
>> dialogue in Ukrainian, etc.
>> >Kindly keep this in mind hence forth.
>Hi, I am sorry for not being good enough to reply in a polite sense
>but I didnt want to encourage people sharing information in a language
>which is not understood by many. My point was only to say that since
>most might understand english why send information in non-