Rudeness with names (was Re: interpreted
dwblas at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 10 21:39:30 CEST 2003
Can we also include people who include the entire
thread with the reply? This is rude to the reader who
has to sift through pages of text just to find the
most recent comment, and, in a way, rude to yahoo by
wasting their storage space, which they provide at no
to the group? This is my only comment to the thread.
Even though differing opinions about form is
interesting, a discussion will probably have no
> --- In python-list at yahoogroups.com, Gerhard Häring
> <gh at g...> wrote:
> > Aahz wrote:
> > > Gerhard Häring wrote:
> > >>Ifman1 wrote:
> > >>
> > >>>what do you mean "anonymous coward"???
> > >>
> > >>Somebody not using their real name on usenet and
> using a pseudonym
> > >>"Ifman1" instead. I call these people "anonymous
> cowards" :-)^
> > >>
> > >>In some cases it's their intention to use these
> pseudonyms, in
> > >>cases they just haven't set up their mail client
> properly. In any
> > >>I give them a nudge this way.
> > >
> > > Well, I wasn't paying much attention earlier,
> but I have to say
> that I
> > > consider this rather rude. How the heck do you
> know what someone
> > > "real name" is?
> > I can't know. But then there are cases where
> someone just was
> > when configuring his/her mail/news client. That's
> why I give them a
> > nudge in case they weren't aware of it. If they
> *are* aware of it,
> > can ignore it :)
> > I too feel offended by:
> > - anonymous posters
> > - top-posting
> > - broken quoting
> > In one word: carelessness.
> > Occasionally I will make originators aware of
> this. If you can't
> > with this, feel free to killfile me.
> > > I say this as someone who received more than my
> > > share of such rudeness.
> > Ditto for me and the above rudenesses.
> > There's probably little point in continuing this
> discussion on
> > python-list, though IMO. Reply-To set.
> > -- Gerhard
> > --
Do you Yahoo!?
The New Yahoo! Search - Faster. Easier. Bingo.
More information about the Python-list