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.
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.