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[aprssig] Off Topic: Top Posting

Daron J. Wilson daron at wilson.org
Fri Aug 19 14:57:55 UTC 2005


Yes, I see your point.  If I make a specific comment about sentence number
three in the paragraph below, you have to go search and read it to find out
anyway.  Again, the best method may likely depend on the content being
discussed.

 



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Of course in your post I almost didn't see your comments...  Top posting
would have made your comments known without hunting.  I almost deleted
thinking that you had accidentally sent a blank email.

 

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From: aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org on behalf of James Washer
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On Fri, 19 Aug 2005 07:26:02 -0700
"Daron J. Wilson" <daron at wilson.org> wrote:

>
> FWIW, I prefer to respond directly to the portion of text that my response
> matches while deleting the extraneous text that is not relative to the
> discussion.
Agreed. Sometimes "interlaced" posting is the easiest to follow,
particularly if the response is to a multipart question.
> As in this thread, I failed to take the time to even read to
> the bottom of all the repeater forwards for the 'original' concern, and
used
> the > to indicate a previously posted text, and pushed the response there.
>
> Your individual mileage may vary.
>
> 73 N7HQR
>
>
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