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From Gunther Birznieks <>
Subject Re: This list... formatted headerS?
Date Sat, 03 Feb 2001 00:31:49 GMT
So based on some of the recent comments, am I correct in thinking this 
document should go up pretty soon now with an official URL on the Apache 
Perl site?

I don't like FTP url's cuz there's quite a few firewalls that just allow 
people to browse but not FTP://...

It seemed like it was refined enough that people could refer to the link 
when they tell people not to post off topic etc... already. So any comments 
that come in could be incorporated later (because they probably won't 
result in earth shattering changes at this stage).

At 12:04 AM 1/31/01 +0000, G.W. Haywood wrote:
>Hi there,
>On Tue, 30 Jan 2001, wells wrote:
> > Why doesn't this list use formatted headers, e.g. Subject: [mod-perl] ....
> >
> > Would be great for filtering..
>Argh.  Three months ago I asked for comments on this document.
>I got precisely one.
>Thanks again, Gunther!
> >From Sun Nov  5 15:32:06 2000
>Date: Sun, 5 Nov 2000 15:32:05 +0000 (GMT)
>From: "G.W. Haywood" <>
>To: Ask Bjoern Hansen <>
>Subject: Re: [ADMIN] Keep those @$%#$ quotes down (was: dynamic vs. mostly 
>static data)
>Message-ID: <>
>MIME-Version: 1.0
>Content-Type: TEXT/PLAIN; charset=US-ASCII
>Status: O
>Hi all,
>On Sun, 5 Nov 2000, Ask Bjoern Hansen wrote:
> > Sending a 3.5KB message to write two misspelled lines are a %@$%$
> > waste. Those 3.5KB goes to ~1500 people.
>Your outburst (with which I have to agree, although maybe we might
>talk about banner ads later:) prompted me to publish a document that
>Stas and I have been working on, if sporadically, for quite a while.
>It's available by anonymous ftp:

Gunther Birznieks (
eXtropia - The Web Technology Company

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