Getting Python Accepted in my Organisation
godoy at ieee.org
Fri Nov 4 19:44:04 CET 2005
"bonono at gmail.com" <bonono at gmail.com> writes:
> Alex Martelli wrote:
> > It would still be easier to respond to your posts if you didn't
> > top-post, though (i.e., if you didn't put your comments BEFORE what
> > you're commenting on -- that puts the "conversation" in a weirdly
> > distorted order, unless one give up on quoting what you're commenting
> > on, or invests a lot of time and energy in editing...;-).
> oops. I developed this habit because I found I like to read it this
> way. As I usually would read just the first few lines to see if I want
> to read on. top post serve me well for this purpose. And I assume other
> may also find my stuff not worth reading and skip quick so why force
> them to scroll all the way down ? I would only do in-line response type
> when there is a need for specific response in context.
I'm more of the type that wouldn't read on if I have no context to what I'm
reading... Specially if there's a mix of top posts with bottom posts...
Jorge Godoy <godoy at ieee.org>
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