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Re: top posting netiquette



The war against top posting is a lost cause, but

On Fri, 29 Sep 2006, Charles Curley wrote:

> On Fri, Sep 29, 2006 at 09:25:31AM +0100, Thufir wrote:
> > Hiya,
> >
> > Of course, this is an e-mail list.  I prefer to read it as an nntp group
> > via gmane.  So, in e-mail top posting (for whatever reason) is the norm,
> > while, in nntp land (usenet), top posting is frowned upon.
> >
> > I'm reading this list via gmane.  Top posting is in or out?
>
> Top posting is discourage if not outright prohibited on most lists and
> by long established netiquette. I believe it is a no-no on this list,
> but don't have a citation handy.
>
> http://www.charlescurley.com/netiquette.html
>
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one should at least trim the boilerplate.

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