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Re: 20 minutes with Phoebe3 were enough to find a number of bugs

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On Thu, 20 Feb 2003 02:30:27 -0800, Eugenia Loli-Queru wrote:

> >especially since you use a mail program
> >that doesn't support threading (Microsoft Outlook Express
> >6.00.2800.1123).
> Oh, sorry, please wait for me to upgrade to Outlook XP then.
> Hey buddy, I run OSNews, not LinuxNews. So, please keep the suggested
> sarcasm for yourself 

Wait a minute. This was not sarcasm, but misinformation on my side.
Someone else replied to the list and pointed out that OE _does_
support threaded replies albeit with different naming convention.
On high-traffic mailing-lists, I consider threaded replies a must.

> The reason the emails I sent don't have the "threading" infromation is
> because I am on digest mode so when I reply, they don't get to include the
> "reply" info or whatever.

Okay, that is a reason. At least you maintain the proper subject
line. That's good.

> Anyways, I think i had enough of this list for tonight, a number of people
> are interested in flaming, mocking or simply being playfull instead of
> talking seriously. So, I am going to unsubscribe and this is the last
> message I send to this list.

I received this one personally. But since you say it would be a
reply to the list, my reply goes to the list as Cc, too.

The following is not to be understood as flame either. You seem to
have an attitude problem. First you appear with a post that attempts
on putting Red Hat under pressure. Now you threaten with leaving the
list. That gives quite a hostile impression. If replies on a public
mailing-list annoyed me, but if I were interested in getting bugs
fixed (are *you*?) I would go the official way and contact Red Hat
via bugzilla. However, discussing issues, which you see, on a
mailing-list prior to submitting any bug reports makes sense. It is
not clear what you did expect, though, when you joined this list.

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