On Friday 08 Jan 2010 09:20:32 Jens Seidel wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 08, 2010 at 12:01:19PM +0330, dehqan65 wrote:
> > In The Name Of God The compassionate merciful
> I'm not sure whether you know that at least I and probably many other
>  people just stop reading after this line. I strongly suggest that you
>  write in your name and not in the name of others. That's also not a
>  religious list.
I for one find this no more or less annoying than the signatures on many 
people's emails (for 
example the Ascii Ribbon Campaign)

> Hi dehqan65,
> please follow standard mailing list etiquettes and use a proper name.
Well I don't see this mentioned anywhere in RFC 1855 or any list specific rules 
(couldn't actually 
find any) and dehqan65 is not by anymeans the only one on this list to not use 
their full names.
Further more if you read beyond the above mentioned line you'll see that the 
email is signed 
"dehqan" which rather suggests that is his name.


George Brooke


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