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RE: [Bug-gnubg] HTML-Mails (Please, Please, Please ...)

From: Mueller, Achim
Subject: RE: [Bug-gnubg] HTML-Mails (Please, Please, Please ...)
Date: 08 Aug 2003 10:11:35 +0200

Am Fre, 2003-08-08 um 01.03 schrieb Holger:

> At 19:34 07.08.2003 -0300, Albert Silver wrote:
> >Sorry, but I have to disagree. I don't think it is the right approach to
> >tell someone who went out of their way to e-mail compliments and
> >suggestions that you won't read their e-mail because it is in HTML. You
> >could suggest this for future e-mails, possibly adding a basic reason
> >(99% will have NO idea), but I wouldn't punish them for this.
> Hmm, to punish first time posters in not answering is probably not the 
> nicest thing. Besides, they won't understand. But an advice is certainly in 
> place.


> What about a FAQ or posting-guidelines? Other mailing-lists do have this.

I already work on such a thing. Not that big, including the most common
"errors" I found here like html, no or non meaningfull subjects, top
postings and full qouters and last but not least disrupted threads.



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