[OT] Find next available slot in Calendar

[OT] Find next available slot in Calendar

Post by Pavel Lepi » Sat, 06 Oct 2007 21:24:21



Captain Paralytic < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote in
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And I was responding to Rik Wasmus' suggestion. That's why
my response addressing this point was right under his
words. It's part of what inline replying is about. By the
way, may I most respectfully advise you that with a little
effort it's perfectly possible to post properly quoted
replies even while using Google Groups? Of course, using a
real newsreader and newsserver it's even easier than that.

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[OT] Find next available slot in Calendar

Post by Jerry Stuc » Sat, 06 Oct 2007 21:38:47


Then you should know enough to reply to the message you're responding
to, not some message further down the chain.

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[OT] Find next available slot in Calendar

Post by Pavel Lepi » Sat, 06 Oct 2007 22:14:24


Jerry Stuckle < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote in
< XXXX@XXXXX.COM >:


< XXXX@XXXXX.COM >:


Actually, I'm unsure as to what's the accepted norm on
techie newsgroups is. I've seen people doing both, do not
remember any discussions on this issue, and skimming over
netiquette guidelines didn't uncover anything on this as
well. Personally, I've always been gravitating towards
concentrating the discussion in one place (occasionally
even going too far in responding to several posts from
different sub-threads in just one message--without properly
updating the References header) instead of splitting it
into penny-packets, but I might've been entirely wrong in
doing this. Perhaps you're aware of an authoritative source
on the problem?

--
It is rare to find learned men who are clean, do not stink,
and have a sense of humour. -- Liselotte in a letter to
Sophie, 30 Jul 1705