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On 11/21/2010 7:37 AM, Friedrich Strohmaier wrote:
Hi Florian, *,

Florian Effenberger schrieb:
Friedrich Strohmaier wrote on 2010-11-21 02.00:
I changed the footers of all and mailinglists according to this one.
For I did so by script, please report if you notice funny things
thanks a lot for all the work! Can you post information about the
script to the admin list, so we can have a look at it and put it into
the documentation?

One remark:
I'd prefer
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over the "eternity" wording... what do you think?
Well, as You can see I'm in favor of the lyric variant. :o))

For the given information is too late anyway with *one* exception, from
my point of view,  it won't cause any confusion producing accidents.

** A user responding to an archived mail might notice the information
*before* reading it in her accidently written mail.

So let's hear some fingertip voices to decide preference over:

- prosaic variant:
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Prosaic and maybe dull, but I think that's reasonable in this context. The humorous effect of the "lyrical" version would soon wear thin, I think, after the first dozen messages or so.
- lyric variant (current):
All posts to this list are publicly archived for eternity

I'm open to make the one, people feel better with. :o))


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