From: david carlton <email@example.com> 0. How (that is, by whom) did you join Red Bean, and approximately when? Who in Red Bean knows you in real life, so we could ask them if you suddenly appear to disappear? JimB gave me an account on totoro when he got it; I mainly used it when I was visiting my parents in Oberlin when he was actually in Oberlin, or when we were all arguing about that mythical editor. Honestly, there's no reason for my account to stay active; on the other hand, I don't actually use your resources much at all (there's a meg of stuff in my account that could get gotten rid of), and I do try to be conscientious about stuff like changing my password there on a regular basis (or at least as regular a basis as I change my password on other accounts), so I don't think there's any reason to inactivate it, either. Besides, that way if one of you folks wants to e-mail me and has no idea where I am, you can e-mail me at red-bean and it will work. 1. Do you use Red Bean as your primary email address and/or primary Web server (i.e., is your home page here)? Nope; these days, I'm <firstname.lastname@example.org> and <http://math.stanford.edu/~carlton/>. 2. Do you know anything about Unix system administration? Programming? Tell everything about you and computers... :-) Yes; yes; um... 3. Anything else about yourself you'd like made known? Put it here, anything goes. [not answered] 4. Optional information: what's your snail address and phone, in case something goes down and we need to reach you that way? (This information will not be published on the Web unless you specifically grant permission.) I don't particularly mind giving you this, but on the other hand I use red bean machines so little that you will never need to reach me that way. 5. Do you play bagpipes?