Missing some folks

, 2005-12-15

In a community the size of SQL Server Central, it's natural for people

to come and go, especially with contributions to the forums. I still

remember the early days of the site, when Brian, Steve, and Andy moved

over from swynk.com. As I reflected on times gone by, I thought about

some folks I hadn't seen posts from in a while, or folks who I've seen

but a handful. These names that came immediately to mind:

Chris Kempster

James Travis (Antares686)

Frank Kalis

Wesley Brown

Robert Marda

PBirch

Most of 'em have recent logins so they're still around. I've traded

emails with Chris recently letting him know I had grabbed him backup

& recovery eBooks from Quest. I had traded private messages with

Frank a couple of months ago so I know what he's up to. But the rest

have gone quiet. Wonder how all of 'em are doing. If you're on this

list and see it, drop me a line.

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