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Re: [opensuse] Posting on openSUSE
  • From: Christian Boltz <opensuse@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 18 Oct 2005 23:10:53 +0200
  • Message-id: <200510182310.53630@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Hello,

Am Dienstag 18 Oktober 2005 10:14 schrieb meister@xxxxxxxxxx:
> Am Montag 17 Oktober 2005 23:09 schrieb Christian Boltz:
> > ...
> >
> > > > - max. 3 sig lines
> >
> > As houghi already said - 4 lines are usual.
>
> well 3 or 4 that doesn't really matter. But not:
> fullquote of 200 lines, one line addition and 10 lines of sig.

Yes, that's the thought behind ;-)

> > > - no spellcheckers
> >
> > Why not? Micro$oft spel chekar worgs krate, you know? ;-))
>
> Did you ever try to post some piece of source code...it will look
> very strange if you use a spellchecker.

Good argument ;-)

So let's say: no _automatic_ spellchecker. Manual use of a spellchecker
is fine as long as you leave it out of source code etc.

> > > And to be very correct: real names...
> > > Ok, I know, I also do not use a real name.
> >
> > I also prefer realnames. But if people want to use a _spellable_
> > alias, it's ok for me too.
> > However, I hate aliases like "fE3,x7~5X" ;-)
>
> Noone should use his/her password as a mail name ;-)

*ROTFL*
(what a luck this fits into 4 lines...)


Regards,

Christian Boltz
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