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Re: LXDE Display Coordination

On Wed 11 Nov 2015 at 08:12:11 -0700, Charlie Kravetz wrote:

> On Wed, 11 Nov 2015 09:38:53 -0500
> Felix Miata <mrmazda@earthlink.net> wrote:
> >Lisi Reisz composed on 2015-11-11 12:36 (UTC):
> >
> >>> Pasting logs and configs into email puts it wasting space in the mailing
> >>> list archive forever.  
> >
> >>> Pastebinning is temporary, a week or month or whatever the particular paste
> >>> host is configured for.  
> >
> >> Yes, so the archives are incomplete.  For shorter things it is surely better 
> >> that they should be in the email and therefore available to those who search 
> >> the archives.  /boot/grub/grub.cfg certainly counts as short in this context 
> >> and I think it should therefore be in the email and searchable.  
> >
> >Ray's Xorg.0.log post was 38kb. His grub.cfg post was 26kb. I consider both
> >much too long to wade through in email archive searches. Help posts of under
> >10kb are nearly always more than sufficient.
> >
> >Of course what any subscriber thinks doesn't really matter. Whatever a list's
> >rules permit is technically OK, even to including binary attachments, which I
> >usually delete unread, often even when sent from people in my address book.
> I have to agree with Felix here. The more logs to wade through, the
> less likely it will help someone else down the road. Have any of us

The less information provided, the easier it is to help someone?

> waded through all the logs just from this post? If so, congratulations!
> You are much more patient than myself.

Your lack of patience says nothing about the usefulness of the logs.

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