Wow! Time flys! Were you following JDELIST when it was just a mailing list???
Thank you Peter !Eric and the Administrators (aka The Band),
I'll come back for this!
Congratulations on a huge accomplishment!
JDEList would not be the highly valuable resource it is if it wasn't for all the contributors who asked questions, gave answers or both. So congratulations to us all!
I missed this thread when it came around but wanted to share some history and memories.Wow! Time flys! Were you following JDELIST when it was just a mailing list???
I know what you mean about using your real name because I am and it got me into hot water a few times when I was responding to people online something my company had said the opposite to our customerI missed this thread when it came around but wanted to share some history and memories.
I was working for JD Edwards at the time I became aware of the JDEList mailing list, and JD Edwards became aware of JDEList. We were told in no uncertain terms that JD Edwards employees were not to participate, as it may have an adverse effect on consulting revenues. That's a fair business decision...that I promptly ignored and joined JDEList on November 5, 2000. I knew better than to use my real name and glanced down at the book I was reading, Dostoevsky's "The Brothers Karamazov", and decided on my incognito username. At some point, after I left JD Edwards/PeopleSoft, I added my real name to my sig.
Fun times on here.