[CentOS] rsyslog.conf

Thu Jul 30 02:20:12 UTC 2015
Chuck Campbell <campbell at accelinc.com>

On 7/23/2015 12:15 PM, m.roth at 5-cent.us wrote:
> Leon Fauster wrote:
>> Am 23.07.2015 um 18:06 schrieb "Valeri Galtsev"
>> <galtsev at kicp.uchicago.edu>:
>>> On Thu, July 23, 2015 10:45 am, Johnny Hughes wrote:
>>>> The main reason actually is chronological order.  But not just for the
>>>> reply .. but for IN-LINE posting.
>>>> In a discussion where you need to make points in-line and where you
>>>> only need some of and not all of the other posts, something that
>>>> happens frequently on mailing lists, it is very much easier to read
>>>> that type of collaborated message in chronological order.
>>>> I mean, you don't read a book or a newspaper article or a blog post
>>>> from bottom to top, right?  Why would you read communications from
>>>> bottom to top?  And it is not really even bottom to top.  If
>>>> you take 4 emails of 10 lines each (and 40 lines total)  .. it
>>>> is 75% down to 100% (original mail)... then up to 50% and read
>>>> down to 75% (2nd mail), then up to 25% and read down to 50%, then
>>>> up to 0% and read down to 25%.  What if someone made you read blog
>>>> posts that way, or books or newspaper articles?
>>> OK, the shortest I can re-formulate your message is: on mail lists we
>>> are collectively writing the book for someone else to read (much less
>>> communicating with each other in real time ;-) Any accepted convention
>>> is better than no convention: save everybody's time. Suits me (as
>>> far as mail lists are concerned).
>> I consider email as an asynchronous communication,
>> therefore "book style convention" is recommended.
> Yup. We're writing electronic *mail*, not text messages (here, you've got
> 140 char, tell me everything you know....), and you don't have a two-line
> pager screen.... I see it as a slo-mo group conversation, and top-posting
> is like the person who suddenly utters a nonsequitur, louder than everyone
> else is speaking....
>          mark
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Add to the above that on every phone I've ever used, new texts appear below 
older ones (no top posting there either).