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Re: dag.wieers modules - Conexant HSF modem



On Sunday 23 May 2004 20:02, you wrote:

> If you make yourself the effort and check the mailing list archive you 
> will quickly find that your first mailing appears as a reply to "Can 
> NOT uninstall fedora-package".

I see, you are right, thanks for letting me know.  It is something I was 
completely unaware of.  Replying to a digest creates problems that I 
will have to solve now that I know.  You are perfeclty right to let me 
know.  

> Do not neglect it.

I won't

> In-reply-to:
> <20040125121301 7096 65884 Mailman listman back-rdu redhat com>
> References:
> <20040125121301 7096 65884 Mailman listman back-rdu redhat com>
>
> These lines are from your mailing header.
>
> And that was exactly a foreign posting:

correct.

> by not clicking on a foreign
> mail with reply and then erasing the subject and body and replacing
> it with the own content. But to choose a fresh new empty mail editor
> windows. Ok?

got it.  

But also look at the TONE of your message and that you said I "hijacked 
a thread".  The meaning of hijacking (whether in laymans language or in 
computer speak) has a nefarious, underhanded, malicious, etc., 
connotation to it.  It means a deliberate twisting of the purpose of 
one thing to convert it to another purpose with "evil" intent.  What 
you say and how you say it has an effect.  In this case not the effect 
that you intended.  Gustav



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