__/ [ matt_left_coast ] on Sunday 07 May 2006 04:20 \__
> Troy Forbes wrote:
>> Blinky the Shark wrote:
>>> New Users - FAQ for alt.os.linux.mandrake/mandriva
>>> This text version: http://blinkynet.net/comp/faq_aolm.txt
>>> HTML version: http://blinkynet.net/comp/faq_aolm.html
>> Hey Blinky,
>> Is this some sort of way it should be? I'm a new user to news and have
>> wondered about news educate? If I aint got right, let me know pls...
> No, it is not. A FAQ should cover Frequently Asked Questions (using the
> first three letters is how they get the FAQ acronym. Instested the usenet
> thought police chose to bate people in using the FAQ title but giving them
> a behavior lecture.
You want a behavioural lecture? I present to you the UseNet Improvement
Project. Your host: Blinky the Shark, courtesy of the Web/HTML-oriented
Slightly less offenseive and more constructive guides (from Guy Macon):
Quoting Style in Newsgroup Postings
How do I quote correctly in usenet?
Common Mistakes in Usenet Postings and How to Avoid Them
Bottom vs. top posting and quotation style on Usenet
Why bottom-posting is better than top-posting
+What do you mean "my reply is upside-down"?
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