[Scribus] Please participate in a study of online conversation

Louis Desjardins louisdesjardins
Sat Apr 16 16:51:01 CEST 2005

>Ka-Ping Yee wrote:
>...and so forth.
>Perhaps we're all jaded a bit (or maybe it's just me), but it would 
>be nice for those with academic/commercial/(academic + commercial?) 
>interests like this to take the time to find out what the initiators 
>or members of a list think about this concept before just barging 
>in.  It's a bit like having a private conversation with friends, 
>when someone joins in, and the next thing you know, they're asking 
>about what kind of cars or movies you like, and whether you would 
>consider this brand or title.
>In the era of spam and phishing, there really is no good way to 
>authenticate who someone like this is and whether they are 
>representing themselves honestly.
>A brief scan of the CGI form suggests that this has something to do 
>with marketing research for thread-tracking software.

I have no better words than Greg's and I 100% agree.


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