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[greenyes] Responding to listings


I totally agree. I do find value in reading what the responder is replying
to, but there is no need to include the full chain of communication that's
been going on over the days. It's too hard to read through and find the new
stuff. I'd certainly appreciate it if people could do some editing before
hitting the reply button. Chris- isn't that supposed to be part of the
greenyes netiquette?

> Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2005 16:14:26 -0700
> To: <greenyes@no.address>
> From: "Janine Bogar" <Bogarj@no.address>
> Subject: too much repeat info
> Message-Id: <s25bf413.040@no.address>
>
> Hey there, administrator.
> I would be far more inclined to read my greenyes e-mails if it was
> easier to read.
>
> I have to repeatedly scroll through the same articles and responses to
> articles and responses to responses to articles, each one containing cut
> and pastes
> (with the
> annoying
> fragmenting
> that occurs
> with
> same)
> of the same articles and responses to articles and responses to
> responses to articles, etc. (I'm trying to illustrate my point a bit
> here: how did I do?)

> Is that the way it is supposed to be or is just my computer?
> Frequently, I don't even get all of the subjects that are supposed to be
> included in the day's postings because there is so much fragmented
> duplication.
>
> If it's not just my computer, does it bother others or am I the only
> complainer?
>
> And either way - my computer or the whole thing - is there something
> that can be done? What if people were instructed to not cut and paste
> that to which they are replying?
>
> Thanks for your consideration and the service you are providing -
> Janine
>
> Janine Bogar
> Education & Outreach Specialist
> Thurston County Solid Waste
> 921 Lakeridge Drive SW
> Olympia WA 98502
> phone: (360) 357-2498
> fax:(360) 754-4682
> e-mail: bogarj@no.address




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