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- Subject: Re: Fastest way to load configuration files
- From: Jose Marin <jose_marin2@...>
- Date: Tue, 29 Jun 2004 10:38:20 -0300 (ART)
Thanks to point me that, Jonathan.
I didn't know that replying to a post but changing the
subject could 'disturb' the thread. I thought that a
new thread would be created.
I will be more careful when posting (really) new
--- Jonathan Jacobs <email@example.com>
escreveu: > Jose Marin wrote:
> > Hello.
> > I would like to know your oppinion on what's the
> > fastest way to load configuration files.
> Hi Jose,
> This is rather off-topic, but it's finally gotten to
> I've noticed you never (or perhaps just very
> seldom?) post _new_ topics
> to the mailinglist. Generally your "new" topics are
> just replies to
> other topics with new subjects. Which may seem like
> a good idea at
> first, however most mail clients provide some way of
> sorting mailinglist
> mail by threads (ie. by topic). To me (maybe it is
> just me?) it seems
> rather rude to "break" these threads willingly, of
> course if _was_
> ignorance then it is excusable...but now you know.
> To post new topics one should send mail to:
> Sorry, if I seem blunt, but it's a real nuisance for
> Jonathan Jacobs
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