Reply to whom? (was: Efficient Wrappers for Instance Methods)

Chris Angelico rosuav at gmail.com
Wed Feb 3 19:59:54 EST 2016


On Thu, Feb 4, 2016 at 11:43 AM, Bernardo Sulzbach
<mafagafogigante at gmail.com> wrote:
> For this list, and this list only (I likely could identify the issue
> by comparing raw messages, but I won't bother), when I hit 'r' I get
> the sender of the latest message. In this case, "rosuav at gmail.com". So
> I have to start typing "pyt" to change it to the list, double tab to
> body, type, then Ctrl + Enter to send it after 30 seconds.
>
> However, I am SO used to not changing the address (all work related
> communication is always just 'r', the same for Fedora, SQLite,
> Wikipedia, etc.) that I end up replying to the wrong address
> sometimes.

Exactly the problem. I did the same thing quite a bit, until I started
doing the "reply-all and remove" style as per Steven's description.
The worst was crossing between the various Python lists, as they're
easy to confuse - but sometimes I sent stuff about 19th century opera
to this list, or stuff about computer programming to Savoynet...

ChrisA


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