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Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: Top Posting... Can we have an LO Mailing List Guidelines Page?


How about you just read the goddamn RFC's for email protocol and stop
whining about it?

On 01/10/2011 23:26, Dennis E. Hamilton wrote:
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From: Tim Schofield [mailto:tim@weberpafrica.com] 
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Subject: Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: Top Posting... Can we have an LO Mailing List Guidelines Page?

On 30 September 2011 02:46, NoOp <glgxg@sbcglobal.net> wrote:

I must say that I *am* surprised that LO haven't the technical/political
ability/tenacity to properly post information regarding this issue in
the same manner as the links provided (OOo, Mozilla, Ubuntu, et al).


It may be possible they have important things to do?

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  How about a monthly FAQ message that 
  establishes what constitutes appropriate 
  etiquette?  This should be customized
  for each list separately.

  There could be all facts applicable to
  the specific list, including the
  ever-popular unsubscribe instructions, 
  what the subject matter of the list is, 
  writing subject lines, finding other places 
  to play and additional sources, etc.

  It would be good to say what actions 
  arouse moderator actions and that nothing 
  else does.
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