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On Thu, Sep 04, 2003 at 03:20:51PM -0700, Dave Taira wrote:
> On Thu, 4 Sep 2003, Moretic wrote:
> > For those of you who don't know what dyslexia is please look at the
> > below site.
> > http://www.sokar.org.uk/html/dyxlexia.html
> Fine. You have dyslexia. That's a bummer, and it makes it more difficult
> for you. That still doesn't mean you have a right to make it more difficult
> for other people. Especially when you're asking for assistance.
> Read <http://www.openbsd.org/report.html>, particularly the section
> "How to create a problem report". Not all of that information will be
> necessary for every question (not everything involves a kernel panic),
> but it's far better to provide unnecessary information than to omit
> a crucial detail.
Dyslexia sucks indeed. No argument there. However the point of "i have
dyslexia so reading is sometimes an issue" is sort of an odd
justification for posting questions that have been answered before. I
mean, asking on a mailing list is still reading isn't it? hrm.
> > I am expecting flames about this so please. SEND .don't let anything
> > stop you.
No one is going to flame you for having dyxlexia. We're just protecting
the value of the wonderful resource we have in the openbsd faq and man
> > All I ask is that this list (or rather some subscribers) try and become
> > nicer to people who asks questions.
- From: "Moretic" <email@example.com>
- Re: hars...
- From: Dave Taira <firstname.lastname@example.org>