Suggestion - use of Subject: line

2001-03-29 Thread Andrew Bowman

Just now there are two interesting discussions going on, one about Perl
certification, the other about databases, under the subject 'Re: Job: I'm
looking for one..", both of which forked off from the original discussion a
long while back.

Can one or preferably both sets of participants please change to a more apt
subject line - normally discussions drifting from their original topic isn't
that big a problem (I'm guilty as charged too), but when the list is as busy
as it is just now, with two quite different discussions going by the same
subject line, it'd be a big help for those trying to follow the
conversation(s) if they could be differentiated by their subject lines!

Go on, please ;-)

Andrew.


 application/ms-tnef


Re: Suggestion - use of Subject: line

2001-03-29 Thread Greg McCarroll

* Andrew Bowman ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
 Just now there are two interesting discussions going on, one about Perl
 certification, the other about databases, under the subject 'Re: Job: I'm
 looking for one..", both of which forked off from the original discussion a
 long while back.

i've already fixed this in my draft proposal posting however i now see
that JP has also done it, so we will now have 2 threads with the
same topic ;-) hurrah!

-- 
Greg McCarroll  http://www.mccarroll.uklinux.net



Re: Suggestion - use of Subject: line

2001-03-29 Thread Robin Szemeti

On Thu, 29 Mar 2001, you wrote:
 it'd be a big help for those trying to follow the
 conversation(s) if they could be differentiated by their subject lines!

have you no sense of tradition ?? we've always done it this way :) .. we
learnt the techniques on alt.sysadmin.recovery ...

 Go on, please ;-)

oh .. alright then .. 

-- 
Robin Szemeti

The box said "requires windows 95 or better"
So I installed Linux!