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Wed Apr 16 12:14:42 UTC 2008
On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 6:18 AM, Felipe Figueiredo <philsf79 at gmail.com>
> On Tue, Apr 15, 2008 at 10:42 PM, Lorenzo Taylor <daxlinux at gmail.com>
> >"Don't top post" just isn't the answer. "Inline post"
> > or "trim quotes" should be the encouraged action.
> 100% agree, but...
> >Note that I have
> > posted *no* quote here, because I need not. I feel it's very clear what
> > I'm referring to without having to have an entire message quoted either
> > before or after my post.
> only to those who read in threads, and have read everything before
> your post. In this case, quoting is really unnecessary. But this is a
> list that is supposed to answer technical support questions, so it´s
> meant to be read in archives for those who come later. They will have
> a very hard time in understanding threads if people don´t quote
I personally prefer top posting and actuallly don't care either way because
if the topcis interesting I will read it, but for the fear of being burned I
vow to bottom post for now on. I guess I didn't realize it was such a big
problem. I always thought it was more of a problem with posters leaving out
valuable information in more of a rant style question and those long
signatures that don't get deleted when people reply. This thread has IMS
written all over it. :)
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