[Asterisk-Users] Asterisk-Users List Etiquette

Jon Radon jonrlists at comcast.net
Wed Jun 16 12:24:10 MST 2004

Why is this conversation still taking place?  It's a matter of personal
preference and I think it should be dropped..  If you don't like someone's
post, then don't read it.  Problem solved.

I won't be replying to this topic again.. lets just drop it.


-----Original Message-----
Jay Milk [jay at skimmilk.net] wrote:
> I've been using the usenet/internet since the early 90s, and I've had my
> share of newsreaders, mailclients, etc.  I've been active on the web
> with my own sites since 94/95.
> Yet... Gasp!... I PREFER TOP-POSTING (and I will continue to do so).
Perhaps you're just lazy.

If you explained why having your own websites was relevant to email
netiquette then I might understand.  You didn't post your reply in
context, so I'll never know.

What's that?  You expect me to search for the context hidden within
your lazily-quoted and un-trimmed article.  Not a chance.
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