> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> houghi wrote:
>>> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>> <snip without reading>
>>> What is the reason you change the subject when you post? Please leave it
>>> as it is.
>> Makes it all easier to follow, especially when the thread takes different
>> routes and becomes a dialogue. It is otherwise difficult for others to
>> join in and discern valid threads from invalid ones. If you disagree,
>> I'll accept it.
> Not everybody reads Usenet in the same way. For me each time you change
> the subject for each post does NOT make it easier to read. Why have
> several threads called (and I just look at my screenshot, not at the
> real ones, because there are more)
> Formatting Hard-drives and Recovery
> Encrypting Confidential Mail
> Forgotten root password
> Finger Recognistion Autentication
> Encryption and Confidential Data
> When it should all be in the same thread about the same subject. And
> when you change the subject, the standard is to leave the old one in
> there IF there is a real extremely good reason and there seldom is.
> I personally are so fed up with it that if you continue doing it, I will
> killfile you and all replies to you. I know it sounds harsh and I do not
> want to make it sound harsh. I just do not know how to phrase it
> So for me it makes it more difficult to use in such a way that I do not
> know who was talking what and if I said something in this or in another
Oh, gosh. I hadn't realised the effect of renaming subjects because I
thought message ID's were always strictly used in threading. I also forgot
that not everyone views messages in threaded mode. Many apologies... I'll
stop doing this altogether.
Roy S. Schestowitz