Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Another etiquette question
Re: Another etiquette question
From: ben mustill-rose <bmustillrose_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2007 23:46:10 +0000
the way that i see it is that if someones got a problem, they should
search the archives first to avoid waiting for a reply.
If we say thanks privately, it won't be archived, so how can people in
the furture, or even people on the list atm tell if this user was a
help or not or and if the problem worked?
On 19/01/07, Tapio Kelloniemi <persistent.spam_at_thack.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 19, 2007 at 07:21:07AM -0500, Erin Chaves wrote:
> > While we're pondering over list etiquette...
> > What if we ask a question on list, and people respond to it.
> > Is it acceptable list etiquette to post our regards on the Rockbox list,
> > or should we contact the person or persons privately?
> In my opinion: if you want to thank one person (or two) and your message
> has no other content, post it privately. If you want to thank more guys
> or you report that a problem that you had got resolved, then post to the
> Rockbox-user is not such a high-traffic list, so it is probably not a
> catastrophe if you post thanks to the list.
> Also, what would be a better way to thank people who respond to questions
> than answering other questions yourself.
Received on 2007-01-20