Well nobody told me that even when I signed up in the mailing list. I've
been posting to this list since 2006-2007 and I haven't had any problems
with it, nobody has told me that the list is ASCII and now everybody is
trying to associate me with the forum. WTF??...
Just for the side note, I'm not going to change my posting way, simply
because 1. I use gmail, 2. I like gmail, 3. I personally don't like the
console for other than fixing my X when it crashes or quick-editing any
file, and 4. he's no one to tell me what to use or not to use - and if he
is, then I'm sorry but I use what I wish, unless explicitly stated the
contrary in a... rules page maybe?
I'm off to bed, I've had enough with this.
On Tue, Mar 11, 2008 at 1:06 AM, Dan Kegel <email@example.com> wrote:
On Sun, Mar 9, 2008 at 10:31 PM, DARKGuy . <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This whole argument is just silly. You simply get angry because I don't
a text client. It's -your- problem, not mine. I use gmail for ANY of
mailing lists I am subscribed in and in all the time I have been in
lists, you're the first one to complain for something as stupid as
you don't like my HTML then simply block it
Darkguy, the wine mailing lists are all ASCII by convention;
you can probably get away with posting HTML if you're
polite and helpful, but you seem to have stepped on some toes.
If you could try to blend in a bit more, it might help.
Please, folks, can we avoid foul language and childish behavior
on the wine mailing lists?
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