I have the python reporter program if you still want it. I'm still
looking for the Fight Sim program you made, I know I asked you for it
a while ago. Any help would be appreciated.
- Enough is Enough.....can't you send your e-mail directly to who
you want to send it too, instead of broadcasting it to the entire
disk list ?
----- Original Message -----
From: "nhl2kcommish" <jberl92@...>
Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2003 4:30 PM
Subject: [hockeydisk] Re: utilities?
> I have the python reporter program if you still want it. I'm still
> looking for the Fight Sim program you made, I know I asked you for it
> a while ago. Any help would be appreciated.
> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/
- All I did was reply to his post about utilities just like anyone else
including yourself does, All I said was that I have one of the ones
he asked about. If you don't want to get messages when people post,
turn off the mail option.
- nhl2kcommish wrote:
>All I did was reply to his post about utilities just like anyone elseWe do have to have a happy medium here. I agree that 20 replies to a
>including yourself does, All I said was that I have one of the ones
>he asked about. If you don't want to get messages when people post,
>turn off the mail option.
league request are out of hand. However, a few replies to an open
question is not ridiculous to end up in the group. *We're not going to
turn this list into a flame war over netiquette. *People should use
better judgement, however, there must be some leeway or nobody will feel
safe to post. I have been part of email lists in the past that have
turned into nothing but netcop flame wars, with a few people bashing
others that post with an extra quoted line, a misspelling, etc. Let's
not stoop that low. All that I ask is that you THINK about your post
before you hit the send button. Is it something that everyone might want
to read? If it is an answer to an open question (other than a league
specfic information request), than a group posting is just fine. If it
seems obvious that only one person would care, consider changing the
email address from the group to the person. I can change the global
setting to respond to the individual rather than the group, but given
how this list has had some good open discussions in the past, I am
hesitant to do so.
The point above is a good one, if nobody wants to deal with the extra 4
or 5 emails a day, then they should consider the web option rather than
email. The few extra posts in this group are nothing compared to the
300+ spam messages a day that I get (most filtered). If people are
bothered by all this, perhaps we should turn this into a moderated
group, where I have to approve each message before it goes up. And given
how busy I get, I could easily fall a week or two behind on the approvals.