[FLUFF] Re: [FLUFF] RE: [DB2-L] test please don't read

Adam Baldwin

[FLUFF] Re: [FLUFF] RE: [DB2-L] test please don't read
Andy, you are quite right. I also forgot the [FLUFF]. I feel, however, that for
the test of "please don't read" to be valid, someone - maybe from Admin -
should actually also test the opposite condition....

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Max Scarpa

Re: test please don't read
(in response to Philip Sevetson)
well done

Max

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Andy Lankester

Re: [FLUFF] Re: [FLUFF] RE: [DB2-L] test please don't read
(in response to Adam Baldwin)
However surely the encyclical should be updated to say something along the lines of 'If the subject already has a [...] category do not add it again unless the category has changed'. Otherwise subject lines will get very long!

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Andy, you are quite right. I also forgot the [FLUFF]. I feel, however, that for the test of "please don't read" to be valid, someone - maybe from Admin - should actually also test the opposite condition....

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Mark Vickers

Re: [FLUFF] RE: [DB2-L] test please don't read
(in response to Andy Lankester)
If you guys are bored, come to Houston, I have LOTS of work for you -
migrating to v8 !!
Cheers,
Mark.




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However surely the encyclical should be updated to say something along the
lines of 'If the subject already has a [...] category do not add it again
unless the category has changed'. Otherwise subject lines will get very
long!

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Andy, you are quite right. I also forgot the [FLUFF]. I feel, however,
that for the test of "please don't read" to be valid, someone - maybe from
Admin - should actually also test the opposite condition....

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Adam Baldwin

Re: [FLUFF] Re: [FLUFF] RE: [DB2-L] test please don't read
(in response to Mark Vickers)
...maybe we could go for a [ ]² [ ]³ approach?

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Philip Sevetson

Re: [FLUFF] Re: [FLUFF] RE: [DB2-L] test please don't read
(in response to Adam Baldwin)
Starting our Friday afternoon happy hours a little early, are we,
gentlefolk?

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read

However surely the encyclical should be updated to say something along
the lines of 'If the subject already has a [...] category do not add it
again unless the category has changed'. Otherwise subject lines will
get very long!

-----Original Message-----
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Behalf Of Adam Baldwin
Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2008 2:51 PM
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Subject: [DB2-L] [FLUFF] Re: [FLUFF] RE: [DB2-L] test please don't read

Andy, you are quite right. I also forgot the [FLUFF]. I feel, however,
that for the test of "please don't read" to be valid, someone - maybe
from Admin - should actually also test the opposite condition....




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Adam Baldwin

Re: [FLUFF] Re: [FLUFF] RE: [DB2-L] test please don't read
(in response to Max Scarpa)
Phil, not having read any of the previous messages in this thread - in strict
compliance with Max's test conditions - I don't know what you mean.

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William Favero

Re: test please don't read
(in response to Adam Baldwin)
I couldn't help myself. I can't resist a test.

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> I say don't read....
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> anyway cheers.....ciao
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