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Re: Open letter to Schestowitz: What about doing Daily Digest instead?

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____/ ceed on Monday 11 Jan 2010 03:34 : \____

> On Sun, 10 Jan 2010 21:07:24 -0600, Roy Schestowitz
> <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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>> ____/ ceed on Sunday 10 Jan 2010 13:26 : \____
>>> Hi,
>>> This is the first news groups I have frequented where someone post
>>> (mostly) relevant news links to the group like some sort of clipping
>>> service. I admire the time and effort put into it, but it really
>>> clutters
>>> the group reading . I have to admit that I sometime read your stuff, but
>>> not often enough for me not wanting to filter you completely at times.
>>> You are good at picking (mostly) relevant material. But wouldn't it be a
>>> nice compromise if you instead of just blowing it out there gathered it
>>> and posted it as a Daily Digest instead? Then everyone would be happy
>>> since the ones looking at it as spam would only have one post to deal
>>> with
>>> a day, while the others enjoying your material would get it, but all at
>>> once. It's good that you leave the subject in a form that's easy to
>>> filter
>>> on, but a Daily Digest would in my opinion be even better.
>> Hi troll,
>> Thanks for reminding me that separate posts are better. You're one of
>> the nastiest trolls
>> around here (when you show up), so your suggestions should be inverted
>> and then taken to mind.
>> Your fellow Microsoft Munchkins seem tot love your suggestion very much,
>> which means
>> that you instruct on what /not/ to do.
>> - --
>> ~~ Best of wishes
> My name is Christian, not troll.
> I guess we are not going to have a digest. My request was polite, and I
> was expecting a polite response, especially from someone who wants to
> appear to be a credible. Your response makes it blatantly clear that
> filtering is the way to go. And yes, I have friends using and advocating
> several operating systems. They are still my friends and I respect their
> choice just like they respect mine. That's obviously far too much to
> expect from someone like you. I did at least try.

I thought you were someone else. See the post I made just before the one I'm replying to now.

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