[ubuntu-uk] LibreOffice vs OpenOffice
liam.gallear at gmail.com
Tue Feb 22 18:39:28 UTC 2011
On 22 Feb 2011, at 17:55, Dave Morley <davmor2 at davmor2.co.uk> wrote:
> On Tue, 2011-02-22 at 17:00 +0000, Alan Lord (News) wrote:
>> On 20/02/11 13:54, Liam Proven wrote:
>>> The following, although it may seem petter, isn't. It's important. I
>>> don't want to seem ungrateful but it's kind of a big deal.
>> For you it maybe. For many others I doubt it very much.
>>> *Please*, do not use that bulletin-board style "@Liam" thing again, to
>>> anyone on any mailing list. I missed your message because it wasn't
>>> threaded as a response to me.
>> Is that an order to everyone? I'm not sure I like being ordered about
>> how to reply to a mailing list...
>> There are *all* kinds of folks on here who have their own motivations,
>> skill levels and experience. I think we all need to be as welcoming and
>> accommodating as possible.
>> PS: I'm reading, writing and replying to this, and many other mailing
>> lists, via nntp on gmane.org - this message will probably be in the
>> right place in my newsgroup thread if I decide to view it threaded;
>> although mostly I view by *date* anyway.
> My Thoughts:
> I've never got the issue with peoples responses. The only one I kinda
> get is the top posting where it becomes increasingly annoying to follow
> on the bulk mails.
> I find as long as someone has the answer for me then I'm happy that is
> after all why most of us ask questions on the list anyway.
> Seek That Thy Might Know
> ubuntu-uk at lists.ubuntu.com
Wow... This thread deviated from the original topic a bit, didn't it.
My 2p worth, though - I don't have an issue with the @ style reply, infact I kind of find it better if you respond to multiple people in the same mail.
The top post/bottom post I understand, to keep the flow of the thread easier to read, and so make a conscious effort to bottom post (iPhone top posts for some reason).
Thanks and Regards,
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