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From André Warnier>
Subject Re: [OT] Is incoming connection request queue totally ordered?
Date Mon, 17 Oct 2011 20:39:16 GMT
P.S. (with additional apologies for the top-posting)
I realise that I have myself fallen as a victim of the confusion, and responded to the 
off-topic and off-thread message.
My apologies to the original poster of this thread.

André Warnier wrote:
> Ann Ramsey wrote:
>> Listen, the answers were all Greek to me. If you guys are going to REALLY
>> help non-IT people deal with TomCat, you might want to speak English 
>> in your
>> responses, so that we know if you're addressing our problem or not.
> Well, all I can say is that it doesn't really look like you've figured 
> it out.
> The way to use a mailing list, I mean.
> Detailed explanation : after all the responses you have sent to various 
> unrelated threads on this mailing list, it has now become a bit 
> confusing which problem was yours, and who figured out what.  You have 
> probably also confused a number of other people who have asked their own 
> questions, but for which you have now answered (in their name) that you 
> figured it out, thank you.
> A mailing list such as this one (and most other similar ones) is a bit 
> different from a chat forum.  When someone has a question, they send a 
> message, with a subject.
> The people trying to help here (all volunteers, doing this on their own 
> free time), answer  the questions individually, *by subject*, taking 
> care to reply only to each message individually, and preserving the 
> original subject of the particular message to which they are 
> responding.  That helps keeping things organised, so that the person who 
> asked the original question would actually find the answers to their own 
> question, by looking at the sequence of messages that have their 
> original subject.
> In other words, maybe what got you confused is that you thought that all 
> these messages were answering your original question, when in reality 
> each one was answering another question from someone else. Not so ?
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