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Re: Anyone know why AOL users post "Art Files" queries?

On Sun, Dec 05, 2004 at 08:22:23PM +0000, Peter Nuttall wrote:
> On Sunday 05 Dec 2004 19:34, Don Jackson wrote:
> > Surely a minor annoyance, but it might be useful to find out why this
> > list gets periodic postings to it from "lost" AOL users wanting to get
> > rid of "art files".
> >
> > Does anyone know why these queries are being sent to this list, and if
> > so, is there something we can do to rectify the situation?  Maybe there's
> > some incorrect reference somewhere?
> >
> > Regards and happy holiday season to all...
> >
> > Don
> Hi all,
> Googling for rid of art files throws a debian-user post as the third return. 
> It talks about dealing with them on shutdown of something. In other words, 
> not the same problem, but in the same problem domain. If you were feeling 
> clueless and desperate, you might post here. I don't think there is 
> anything practical we can do about it. The best thing to do, imho, is to 
> assemble one ok response, such as mine, and use it for the next clueless 
> person. hopefully over time the google link will fade away.

Perhaps this thread is the required magic. Googling for rid of art
files now brings this thread as the first result...



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