[ppml] Proposed Policy: IPv6 HD ratio/ Really public involvment

Owen DeLong owen at delong.com
Fri May 13 14:12:37 EDT 2005


I realize that there are people who are completely opposed to top posting.

However, there are times when it is useful, and, times when it is confusing.

In this case, I figure it's not particularly confusing, and, it allows those
who have been following the thread to read the new material with having to
scan past or through the quotation, while still providing context for those
that start at this message.

In other cases, you'll notice that I tend to either intersperse or bottom
post when I think that the context is more important to my comments.

Owen

--On Friday, May 13, 2005 11:42 AM -0400 Chip Mefford <cpm at well.com> wrote:

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>|> From my experience I have found there are a large number of people
> within the Internet Community that read about 75% of these postings.
> They also form an opinion.  However, they refrain from commenting.  Why?
>   I have been told by many..."because you already said what I was
> thinking" or "because I dont like speaking or commenting in public forum
> so I just wait until someone else says what I'm thinking."
> 
> 
> There are also those of us who might interject something, but since the
> format is a top-posted, jeaporday style thread, it's difficult
> to contribute without being misconstrued.
> 
> Please don't top post.
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