Leo + Python: the ultimate scripting tool: Conclusion
bkc at Murkworks.com
Wed Nov 19 15:53:07 CET 2003
"Peter Hansen" <peter at engcorp.com> wrote in message
news:3FBA3FDA.C5385A9C at engcorp.com...
> Terry Reedy wrote:
> > I am somewhat flabbergasted that more people do not see the oddity of
> > "I will not read your first message (yet) but I will read a second
> > message from you in which you attempt to give me a reason that I find
> > 'acceptible', according to my unknown-to-you whims, that I do read
> > your first message."
Where did his message say this? I went through the web confirmation thingy
and I don't recall the original response message saying what you quoted
above, or even anything remotely close to that at all.
> I'm using TMDA right now, which is remotely similar but doesn't
> require the "reason", just a real mailbox and a living person or
> an autoresponder... even so, this whole thing is starting to make
> me rethink even that approach.
What's the difference between TMDA and what Edward is using? Email vs. a Web
confirmation. While I prefer simply replying to an email message, I don't
see *that* much difference between the two.
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