[conspire] Poking you in the eye
auerpauer at gmail.com
Mon Nov 5 12:11:26 PST 2012
HI! Did you know that when you're poked in the eye, among all the
other things that could happen, that event may actually be fixing
something that might be wrong with your eye?
So the next time I jump out of the shadows and poke you in the eye, be
sure to thank me and even ask for more!
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> Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2012 11:40:49 +0100
> From: Centeractive AG <centeractive.communities at gmail.com>
> To: conspire at linuxmafia.com
> Subject: [conspire] New log analysis tool
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> We are a Swiss software company called centeractive ag. We have recently
> developed what we think is a pretty handy tool for log analysis called
> Retrospective Log Analyzer (www.retrospective.ch).
> It?s not a spam message; we are not trying to sell you anything. We would
> like to offer your community 10 free Retrospective Log Analyzer licences
> (worth 58$ each) in the hope that we will get some valuable feedback from
> real users. Communities like yours seem a perfect place for this. For the
> previous 6 months we have been improving this software and the feedback we
> have received so far has always been of great value to us.
> To get your free licence you need to register at:
> http://community.centeractive.net quoting the following code: US_CON_7334.
> Then you can go directly to the download site: www.retrospective.ch
> Retrospective?s key features are: search / tail (monitoring) of logs on
> Linux hosts over SSH and on local disks, log entries split, column-split,
> log4j support, date auto-parsing in logs, and SSH keys support.
> The Retrospective cartoon presents all these features in a nutshell:
> We would be very grateful for any comments on our forum:
> Any serious advice/comments will be considered when we prepare the next
> centeractive ag team
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