Re: ignoring the CoC in regards to cc:s (Re: Can we ship sources of a PDF file in the Debian diff?
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- Date: Tue, 28 Apr 2009 17:35:57 +0100
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I demand that Noah Slater may or may not have written...
[snip; in reply to Brett Parker]
> Considering that we're discussing on a mailing list, it's reasonable to
> assume that the common case is replying to the list. Why optimise for, what
> is surely by definition, the uncommon case?
Why *break* the uncommon case by adding/replacing (abusing) Reply-To?
Anyway, reply-to-list is a followup function (or, at least, it is such in all
news/mail software which I've used with mailing lists).
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