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Re: Not using a proper Subject is part of judgement on a GSoC candidate

I was referring to some messages here asking for feedback on some project without mentioning it's
name in the subject (neither in the email body)

And my experience (with students) is usually the opposite: no useful (or even empty!) Subject

On 26/03/18 10:50, Dashamir Hoxha wrote:
> Half of my students (not GSoC students) have only used smartphones
> and instant messages in their lives. So, when they try to write an email
> they put everything on the subject and leave the body empty. Of course
> the message is never longer than 2-3 sentences, as a true instant or
> social message should be.
> It always makes me angry, but sometimes I wonder whether I should
> change my expectations towards this new generation of digital people.
> Kind regards,
> Dashamir


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