How to avoid flame wars or a certain subject or post article

NoOp glgxg at sbcglobal.net
Fri Feb 5 01:24:28 UTC 2010


On 02/04/2010 04:10 PM, user1 wrote:
> As the subject lines often are misleading in articles, I have made this 
> post, which I suggest people to follow up on from time to time, when a 
> flame war seems to be breaking out.
> 
> Please also note the importance of proper subject lines, when asking 
> questions to this list, so other people at a later time can solve their 
> problems by searching on the proper subject line contents.
> 
> As an example of a bad subject line I use "comfort" which I just noticed, 
> and which is not very good as a subject for a problem.
> 
> ###
> 
> If you are using an e-mail client like kmail, you could use the spam 
> filter (spam for the bad guys and ham for the good guys), to "ban" 
> certain individuals.
> 
> ###
> 
> You could also use pan newsreader, and I have made a fairly short pan 

<flame on>
Dude! You should know by know that *nobody* uses kmail or pan anymore!
Try 'Tweeter' instead!!!

$ sudo apt-get install tweetie-bird

<flame off>

:-) :-)







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