On 6/10/19 6:54 AM, Luigi Toscano wrote:
Patrick O'Callaghan ha scritto:
> On Wed, 2019-06-05 at 05:41 +0000, Dennis Schridde wrote:
>> Thank you for your reply. I was unaware that using the web-interface of the
mailinglists was being frowned upon in Fedora.
> It's fine to use it as long as you remember to quote the context.
> Unfortunately HyperKitty doesn't do this by default, which most people
> using it seem to forget. This would make sense for a web forum where
> the previous message is generally visible, but a mailing list is a
> different communications medium, and IMHO trying to mix them up doesn't
> seem to be a good idea.
On the other hand,
- the email's subject helps a lot (it's even too chatty)
- your email client should be able to properly use threading.
As long as you haven't already deleted the previous emails in the
Now, try to answer on the issue in $subject - KDE Telepathy didn't get much
love lately. A new maintainer stepped up recently, but then it's difficult to
investigate whether this is an upstream or a downstream (packaging?) issue.
PS. I prefer a no-quote than a top-quote, but that my personal preference.