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Re: Attributing (was: Choice of VMs under i386 Stretch?)

On 2019-07-06, Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca> wrote:
>>> (General observation: it's really quite annoying that you remove all 
>>> attribution when you quote previous emails in your replies.)
>> It really is very annoying, primarily because it's intentional, and so
>> intentionally annoying, which is really, really annoying.
> Interesting.  I never read attributions so find them useless, and most

It has nothing to do with you finding them useless or not and everything
to do with everybody else reading you, to whom you should show a minimum
of consideration.


 Attribute quotes accurately.

You've been told this before, BTW, at least once (it's in the archives) as
you appear to be expressing an element of "surprise" or something.

"These findings demonstrate that under appropriate conditions the isolated,
intact large mammalian brain possesses an underappreciated capacity for
restoration of microcirculation and molecular and cellular activity after a
prolonged post-mortem interval." From a recent article in *Nature*. Holy shit. 

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