On Fri, May 10, 2002 at 10:28:27AM +0100, jer at online.ie mentioned:
> I've just re-read the linux.ie FAQ, but there is nothing in there on list
> etiquette. Is there such a thing for ilug, ilug-social, etc? or
> should I write one?
>> /jer, one of a growing group of tired iluggers
> with a worn-out d key (and a failing /[OT]/ filter)
On http://www.linux.ie/community/mailinglists.php there is mention of
http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1855.html which is a good start. However, it
being their is no guarantee that it'll work.
I think I have five people in my mail killfile from their posts to the
ILUG list alone. Have no compunction in adding more. It will reduce
long-term stress levels, and it's likely that if they have had nothing
useful to say so far, they won't have much to say in future.
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