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Reply-To: "fred bartoli"
From: "fred bartoli"
Subject: Re: OT: Posting Style Vote - all lurkers please respond
Date: Tue, 19 Nov 2002 11:11:43 +0100
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Terry King a écrit dans le message :
> In article <email@example.com>,
> firstname.lastname@example.org says...
> > Hi,
> Top post for simple responses, because those really following the thread
> already "Get It". Quick intro to where you're going if more complex.
> > There has been much discussion about top vs bottom posting. I for one
> > am sick of it and would like to put it to a vote. What I'd like is for
> > everyone to reply once and only once to this message, saying either
> > 'top post only', 'bottom post only' or 'don't care that much' -
> > whatever posting method you prefer. This will let everyone see if top
> > posting is really such a big issue or if it's just a few vocal
> > whingers.
> Interspersed responses to more complex issues. This is an ENGINEERING
> forum; therefore the correct answer is often "It Depends".
> What it depends ON is often what Engineering is all about.
> > If there are more 'bottom post's' then 'don't cares' and 'top posts' I
> > personally will stop top posting.
> > Thanks alot, and please don't turn this into another flame thread.
> > Voting period ends 30 November.
> > thanks,
> > Al
> > www.alborowski.tk
> Salutations if appropriate at the end:
> Anything of significant interest and complexity has more than one 'right'
> Why Fight About it?
> Regards, Terry King ...In The Woods In Vermont
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