[Scribus] best image format
Thu Apr 5 00:14:20 CEST 2007
Bill Harris wrote:
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> "Howard R. Hansen" <hrh1818 at comcast.net> writes:
>> Are you against top posting because you don't like it or is it because
>> this mail group has a rule against top posting? I ask this question
>> because Wikipedia doesn't say top posting is bad E-Mail etiquette.
>> See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Top-posting
> Borrowing the idea but not the content from someone's .sig file I once
>>> And you think that makes it harder to read?
>>>> Because the answers come before the questions.
>>>>> Why is top posting bad?
There are three things regularly frowned upon in this newsgroup:
a) posting in HTML format
b) using subject "Re: [Scribus] Scribus Digest, Vol 50, Issue 8" or similar
c) top posting
None of this will get you flamed, though.
Posting in languages other than English *is ok*. We discussed it repeatedly
and always came to the same conclusion.
Not ok is: spam, dissing other people, posting copyrighted material.
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