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Re: netiquette on other lists

Rudy Gevaert <rudy@zeus.ugent.be> writes:

> E.g.  I'm in the third year of computer science, but have to do also a
> couple of course in the second year.  Each year has a mailinglist
> where we can discuss course problems, or computer related stuff.
> The third year list, follows the netiquette guidelines rather good,
> but the second year they don't care that much.
> I made it my point from teaching them to quote below, don't use html,
> and don't send spam to the list.  But the more times I ask the poster
> the more rude answers I get.  I try to explain why it is better not to
> post in html, why it is better not to quote at the top, why it is bad
> to reply a random thread and change the subject.
> The bigger part follow the guidelines, but there are alwasy a couple
> of that don't.  And always go shouting, yelling at me.

Heh, guess which are the ones destined for upper management?

I don't know half of you half as well as I should like; and I like less
than half of you half as well as you deserve.

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