--Barry Rowlingson (on the question whether http://www.RForge.net/ or http://R-Forge.R-project.org/ is the official forge server)

R-help April 2007 #RStats

--Hadley Wickham (in a discussion about efficient expansion of vectors and algorithmic complexity)

R-help July 2012 #RStats

--Terry Therneau (on an example with exact computations in coxph)

R-help June 2016 #RStats

Simon Blomberg: This is R. There is no if. Only how.

--Evelyn Hall and Simon 'Yoda' Blomberg

R-help April 2005 #RStats

--Peter Dalgaard

R-help February 2009 #RStats

--Jan de Leeuw (as quoted by Matt Pocernich on R-help)

JSM 2003, San Francisco August 2003 #RStats

--Barry Rowlingson (about the fact that lattice objects have to be print()ed)

R-help May 2005 #RStats

--Douglas Bates

R-help March 2004 #RStats

--Mike Saunders (after Jesus Frias answered his question about split-split plots)

R-help February 2005 #RStats

--Berton Gunter

R-help February 2008 #RStats

--Brian D. Ripley (answering a report on a small inconsistency in 'Writing R Extensions' by David Firth)

R-devel June 2005 #RStats

--Brian D. Ripley

R-help November 2004 #RStats

--Thomas Lumley (in reply to a question about how to compute R-squared using biglm)

R-help April 2009 #RStats

--Peter Dalgaard (after XL Solutions announced courses 'R/Splus Programming Techniques, @ 5 locations near you!')

R-help April 2004 #RStats

--Brian D. Ripley (about using 'Writing R Extensions')

R-help January 2006 #RStats

Thomas Lumley: or any( (v==TRUE)==TRUE), or any( ((v==TRUE)==TRUE)==TRUE)... Or, perhaps, any(v). Lewis Carroll wrote a nice piece on this theme.

--Ted Harding and Thomas Lumley (about implementing an 'or' of a logical vector)

R-help August 2004 #RStats

--John W. Tukey (the first of six "basics" against statistician's hubrises)

in "Sunset Salvo", The American Statistician 40(1), 72-76 February 1986 #RStats

--Dirk Eddelbuettel (about an ESS issue ticket discussion concerning debugging when %>% is used)

R chatroom on stackoverflow.com April 2016 #RStats

--Earl F. Glynn

R-help January 2012 #RStats

--Brian D. Ripley (answering a request for a change to Excel-like non IEC 60559 standard conform rounding)

R-help March 2009 #RStats

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