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Ryan Gauger rtgkid at
Sun Jun 17 17:33:20 UTC 2012

I was replying to the email Hugo sent. I can't bottom-post. I write (or type) most of my emails from my iPod touch, and the Mail app does not allow bottom-posting. Happy Sunday to people in Europe, and Happy Father's Day to America! :)

On Jun 17, 2012, at 9:33 AM, Mika Suomalainen <mika.henrik.mainio at> wrote:

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> On 17.06.2012 16:34, Ryan Gauger wrote:
>> +1, and happy father's day (to all fathers)!
>> On Jun 17, 2012, at 8:03 AM, Hugo Masse <massexy at> wrote:
>>>> This is sad... Do we really have that many immature people on 
>>>> this list? Following the CoC and behave like adults shouldn't 
>>>> be that hard
>>> Hi, Lubunters. I'm Hugo Masse from Mexico. I have followed this 
>>> topic with interest. Being part of a number of mailing lists and 
>>> forums throughout the years, I've found that this topic seems to 
>>> come up regularly in each of them. It's a hard decision: If you 
>>> restrain the flow of emails, communication suffers. If you let it
>>> go, many will be uncomfortable with it. In the end, no matter 
>>> what they do, the moderator is crucified (it's happened to me).
>>> In my opinion, what needs to be done is to make sure everyone 
>>> edits their emails, as a courtesy towards others. I have read 
>>> many of the ones in this thread and it's really painful to scroll
>>> up and down the smartphone's screen to find the new message.
>>> Replying from the phone is impossible: I had to wait till I was
>>> in front of the laptop to edit this message properly.
>>> The CoC (you read it Cee Oh Cee, right? ;D ) has provisions for 
>>> that. Remember to just leave the bit you're responding to, in 
>>> order to keep readers in context, but otherwise, lose the whole 
>>> lot of text these emails can accumulate in a couple of replies. 
>>> If you read in your smartphone and feel urged to reply, save a 
>>> draft (if on webmail) and make sure you edit before you press the
>>> Send button.
>>> Happy (Geek)Dad's day to all the dads out there!
>>> Hugo Masse
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> One problem with top posting:
> I don't know which email got that +1. The one which was bottom posted
> or that email which was quoted in correctly posted email.
> PS. Happy fathers day to fathers in America. It's not fathers day in
> Europe.
> PPS. Sorry if this is double post. I had issue with moderation.
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