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Posted by: diddy Apr 22 2009, 06:54 PM

This post has been made under the better late than never category.

Most users will already be aware that Grub4dos 0.4.4 final was released on 31st March 2009.

I just wanted to say a big thank you to tinybit and the other Grub4dos developers for their hard work and time. I'd have been up sh!t creek without the proverbial paddle on a number of occasions without Grub4dos, so a big,

Thank you!

diddy

Posted by: Nuno Brito Apr 22 2009, 08:17 PM

A big THANKS from me too! laugh.gif

It's a good work and one of my favorite boot loaders ever.

cheers.gif

Posted by: Mio Kawaii Apr 25 2009, 12:09 PM

A big THANKS from me too! laugh.gif

It's a good work and one of my favorite boot loaders ever.

cheers.gif

smile.gif

Posted by: ilko Apr 26 2009, 10:06 PM

Million thanks to the authors and maintainers of grub4dos, amazing work!

cheers.gif

Posted by: ktp Apr 27 2009, 04:40 AM

I would like to thank tinybit and the grub4dos team for this wonderful software ! It is my "musthave" tool.

Posted by: tsetya Apr 27 2009, 06:08 AM

A big THANKS from me too.

It is the most "flexible" boot loader i've ever seen.
keep up good work.

Posted by: tinybit May 4 2009, 04:43 PM

(on behalf of the team)Thanks to you all, too. It's a pleasure to meet you.

From now on I am no longer a member of the development team.

@board masters

This topic was pinned. I don't think it should be in such a way.

The pinned topics should be those related to technical issues, I think.

Thanks.


Posted by: jaclaz May 4 2009, 05:56 PM

QUOTE (tinybit @ May 4 2009, 06:43 PM) *
@board masters

This topic was pinned. I don't think it should be in such a way.

The pinned topics should be those related to technical issues, I think.

Thanks.


I pinned it to give it some more visibility, as it is well deserved. smile.gif

Besides the "general" thanks to the whole grub4dos developing team smart.gif, I reckon that your particular and never ending attention in solving problems and adding needed/asked features, like you always do and particularly did with reference to the UBCD, well deserve a "standing ovation" clap.gif by the members of the board.

However, this, and the release of 0.4.4 should not be seen as an arrival, but rather as a starting point for betterings and further achievements that grub4dos will undoubtedly reach in the future....happy22.gif
http://www.boot-land.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=2398&st=1

cheers.gif

jaclaz

Posted by: tinybit May 5 2009, 05:53 PM

@jaclaz

I heard that the Europeans are very polite, and I did not quite believe that. Now it is really the experience. Formidable! And terrible!

Any way, and certainly, I have to say "Thank you" again because you just taught me English for an extra time. The new words and expressions are:

deserve
reckon
standing ovation

Of course I should thank my dictionary and Google who made a bidirectional translation for me, attentively, intimately and graciously.

And I almost forget to thank you for your cracking good work(also a hard work), in helping grub4dos and, as well, helping others on the board.

Then, next, I would be prepared to learn the etiquette of Europe, especially Italian etiquette.

Posted by: vmbray May 6 2009, 03:13 AM

I'll pile on a heap of thanks here too! Really great work guys, I'm awed by the knowledge of booting and operating systems on this board in general and grub4dos is a prime example of it. Bravo!


Posted by: jaclaz May 6 2009, 07:39 AM

QUOTE (tinybit @ May 5 2009, 07:53 PM) *
I heard that the Europeans are very polite, and I did not quite believe that. Now it is really the experience. Formidable! And terrible!


Hmm. dubbio.gif

I'll tell you a story , (with some more interesting words wink.gif) :
Three University professors travel together on a train from London to Edinburgh.
While crossing the southern part of Scotland, looking out of the window, one of the three, a phylosopher, notices a lonely black sheep munching some grass on a meadow nearby the railway and he comments:
- Well, we can infer that in Scotland sheeps are black.
The second one, an engineer, says:
- Hmmm, no, all we can say is that at least one sheep in Scotland is black.
The third one, a mathematician, keeps silent for a few seconds, then says:
- To be correct, all we can say is that at least one sheep in Scotland appears black on one side.

In Italy we have a saying:
[Italian]
Una rondine non fa primavera.
[/Italian]

which translates to:
[English]
One swallow doesn't make a summer
[/English]
http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/one+swallow+doesn't+make+a+summer


[German] unsure.gif
Eine Schwalbe macht noch keinen Sommer
[/German]

Though it is strange how a swallow in Italy does not make a spring (primavera) while in other European countries it doesn't make a summer, the message is the same.

cheers.gif

jaclaz

Posted by: kDn May 12 2009, 05:53 PM

I also would like to thank tinybit and the grub4dos team for their work! Thanks a lot.

***
Спасибо smile.gif [ru]
***
Дякую wink.gif [ua]

Posted by: river~~ May 13 2009, 07:09 AM

add my thanks to tinybit and all the Grub4DOS team, its got everything I ever used in GNUgrub

River~~

Posted by: @khalil@ Nov 15 2009, 06:30 PM

many thanks to you tinybit & your team . honostly; U DESERVE IT ALL biggrin.gif .

@khalil@ thumbup.gif

Posted by: vmbray Feb 22 2010, 08:28 PM

Yes! You are the MAN! Thanks x 2^1024!

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