[chirp_users] Reading!

Marty Hartwell
Wed Jun 26 05:13:40 PDT 2013


I have had in the past subscribed to lists as a digest reader. You can
reply to a post, you just have to be aware that it must be edited during
you response to cut out all that is not part of your response. That is was
the post was about no editing. In addition you should edit the subject to
indicate what the response pertains to also. Some newbies don't get it.

At least that is how I took the post. I hope the offender got the point.

Marty kd8bj

On 06/25/2013 10:04 PM, Dean Gibson AE7Q wrote:
> I understand that some subscribers don't want to filter their eMail by 
> subject, and would rather have just one daily digest. However, to then 
> reply with a digest subject, and *force the rest of us* to read the 
> eMail to see what it is about, is too much for me, so I *ignore* all 
> eMails which have a digest subject.
> I once belonged to an eMail list (for University of Washington 
> faculty) that switched to digest-only subscription model, and when 
> they did, I dropped my membership in the list.  The faculty member 
> that managed the list was unable to understand my explanation as to why.
> Just my opinion.
> -- Dean
> On 2013-06-25 19:27, Jim Beattie wrote:
>> I wish respondents would read and heed the header on each list email 
>> where it states, *quote*:
>>  When replying, please edit your Subject line so it is more specific
>> than "Re: Contents of chirp_users digest..."
>> Today's Topics:
>>    1. Re: chirp_users Digest, Vol 54, Issue 18
>> Jim
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