Maybe brian and co, should lead by example,
rather than moaning about it
On Thu, Nov 4, 2021 at 03:16 PM, Chris
You can always mute the topic if you are
not interested or fed up of it
Did you even bother reading the concern, which has now been
expressed by three of us (at least)?: "A lot of us could miss
something that may be helpful to us if all of you would write
a new post with the correct subject line. This is really
frustrating, as I assume the subject line fits the message,
which it doesn't anymore. Please stop this."
It's actually considered rude not to give accurately
descriptive titles, which this one was at the outset, when NEW
topics are spun-off of an existing one.
This is not new, it is not difficult, and it should be
standard practice to start a new topic when you know you're
actually doing just that, and giving it a title that's
reflective of the actual content.
This is not an, "I'm tired of this topic, please stop!!,"
complaint, which should be met with precisely what you said,
"Mute it." It's concern that this particular topic has now
covered a number of completely unrelated ones that could very
well be of interest to the membership, many of whom may have
already muted this particular topic long ago.
Brian - Windows
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creative men to perceive the relations between thoughts,
or things, or forms of expression that may seem utterly
different, and to be able to combine them into some new
forms--the power to connect the seemingly unconnected.