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'[ADMIN:]RE: [O-T]: Re: [p-I-c]: PIC18F8720 insucce'
2004\02\17@030725 by Jonathan Johnson

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Hi Fellas

Not a criticism, simply pointing out something that I believe may be
correctable.

I think Duane's message going to the PIC tag list was sheer accident.
The front tag on his reply had been changed to [OT:] which meant it went to
the OT list, but, Duane, like myself may have been under the same impression
as myself until just a moment ago that only the front tag counted.

I just sent a test message with all three tags (once only!) and all three
lists got it.

It appeared as though he had simply changed the topic tag as was requested,
but left the old one in the subject heading possibly thinking it wasn't
included by the list server.

I think this (possible) accident may have led to him (maybe?) unfairly being
dismissed from the list. I don't know Duane and these days I don't often
have time to follow all posts but even if this was his 1st post, if his
dismissal was due to an accident then perhaps he should be given a chance?
(maybe in order to contribute in a more 'constructive?' manner)

Regards,

Jonathan

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2004\02\17@030725 by Jonathan Johnson

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Hi Fellas

Not a criticism, simply pointing out something that I believe may be
correctable.

I think Duane's message going to the PIC tag list was sheer accident.
The front tag on his reply had been changed to [OT:] which meant it went to
the OT list, but, Duane, like myself may have been under the same impression
as myself until just a moment ago that only the front tag counted.

I just sent a test message with all three tags (once only!) and all three
lists got it.

It appeared as though he had simply changed the topic tag as was requested,
but left the old one in the subject heading possibly thinking it wasn't
included by the list server.

I think this (possible) accident may have led to him (maybe?) unfairly being
dismissed from the list. I don't know Duane and these days I don't often
have time to follow all posts but even if this was his 1st post, if his
dismissal was due to an accident then perhaps he should be given a chance?
(maybe in order to contribute in a more 'constructive?' manner)

Regards,

Jonathan

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