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From Thorsten Scherler <>
Subject Re: Hello
Date Fri, 23 Jul 2004 09:06:30 GMT
David Crossley wrote:

>Ugo Cei wrote:
>>Antonio Gallardo wrote:
>>>There is bugzilla for this. Why we need to distribute a file in a mail list?
>>Because it often happens that when a user has a problem, the reply is of 
>>the kind: please send to the list a copy of the 
>>{XML,XSP,XSLT,flowscript} you are using so that we can more easily 
>>diagnose your problem. Of course, they could just paste a relevant 
>>snippet inline, but this is not always practical. And you wouldn't want 
>>to post an issue to bugzilla whenever a newbie misspells some instruction.
>Why not? The Bugzilla issue can be just closed later.
>I believe that Antonio is correct. I don't want such junk
>sitting forever in my local email archives.

Can understand you there but I reckon if you are a "dumb" (no offense 
implied) user that is overkill! As an user you want attach a file that's 

The other thing is that the bugzilla is IMO for issues concerning the 
product. Mispelling and other "simple" errors are not issues of the product.


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