I would suggest lurking on the list or other lists like ILUG for a while
and get a feel for how people post, what they say, and especially if
you're looking for help or information, how they phrase their questions
so that others are encouraged to reply in a constructive manner.
The ILUG mailing list page has a link to an "Internet ettiquette"
which might be worth reading.
In general, treat people on the list as you would anyone you meet
socially, using a bit of cop-on when necessary.
>> no was it something i said
> trying to figure outr how this board work thats all
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