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New Chief Coordinator — Linuxwarrior April 9, 2007

Posted by linuxwarrior in LW Talk.
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Linuxwarrior have new Chief Coordinator.Prashanth G joined in 4th April as the Chief coordinator of the Linuxwarrior Group.For members and all,please visit the link for detail information http://linuxwarrior.info/

We wish a very good success for him as the Chief.Happy linuxing…..

On behalf of Technical Team


Mailing list guideliness April 2, 2007

Posted by linuxwarrior in Blogroll.
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This is a monthly reminder on the mail posting

1. Use a proper subject line.

2. Do not troll in the mailing list

Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_troll

3. Use [OT] for off-topic, non-technical discussions.
But, don’t misuse this to start flame wars or to troll
in the mailing list.

4. Do not top-post:

Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Top-posting

Example of a top-post:

Because it messes up the order in which
people normally read text.
> > Why is top-posting
> > such a bad thing?
> > What is the most
> > annoying thing in e-mail?

Always use interleaved posting. Trim the post you are
replying to and interleave your replies so that each
part of the reply is under the quoted part that you
are replying to. Further please leave a gap of one
line between the matter you are quoting and your

what is your name?

trimmed and replied as:

>what is your name?

my name is ilugc

and not as:

>what is your name?
my name is linuxwarrior.

5. Do not over-quote:

Example of an over-quote:

>>> On Friday you said
>>>  blah blah blah
>> On Saturday you said
>>  foo foo foo
> On Sunday you said
>  foobar

6. Do not post HTML messages

7. Do not recycle messages

8. Do not send attachments( irrrevelant)

9. Do not attach obnoxious, nonsensical legal
disclaimers. If your company uses disclaimers.

10. Search for answers for your questions/problems in
google.com or any other search engine before posting
your query to the mailing list.

If any of the above are not clear to you, Please read
the detailed list guidelines:


12. Do not post messages in all capital letters. Mails
in CAPS is considered rude and is similar to shouting
during a conversation.

13. Following these guidelines could be helpful

14. Don’t send season’s greetings or birthday invites
to the group. Its not mailing list etiquette.

We must use the above guidelines to maintain better
readability, proper archives, efficient bandwidth
usage, etc.