[Baypiggies] Reply Courtesy
ross at pcnt.com
Fri Dec 15 18:00:22 CET 2006
You got it. Sorry, digest is right.
The digest generator presumably has some size cue to generate a digest and
start accumulating for a new one. When the initial message quoted the entire
previous digest as a "tail," that generated a digest. Since each of the
responders and re-re-responders failed to remove the long quote, each
re-re-reply generated a digest too too too.
I'm replying to the list as I got 3 replies for clarification, one from GvR.
I don't post here often and I'm sorry I was so opaque when I did.
When I reply to the digest, I don't see the digest quoted. Not sure why, but
that's a good thing.
ross (not to be confused with Rossum)
From: "Cory Omand" <coryomand at gmail.com>
To: Guido van Rossum
Cc: "Ross Parlette" <ross at pcnt.com>, baypiggies at python.org
Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2006 20:08:33 -0800
Subject: Re: [Baypiggies] Reply Courtesy
> On 12/14/06, Guido van Rossum wrote:
> > Um, what do you mean by a summary?
> I assumed that summary == digest. I agree that it's not the best
> practice to reply on a mailing list digest and keep *all* of the
> digest in the reply :).
> - C.
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