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I am just testing, as I need to create a filter.
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Michael Lauzon, Founder
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Jul 18 '05 #1
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Michael Lauzon <ml*****@gmail.com>
(news:ma*************************************@pyth on.org) wrote:
I am just testing, as I need to create a filter.


Use alt.test, then
Jul 18 '05 #2
Mitja wrote:
Michael Lauzon <ml*****@gmail.com>
(news:ma*************************************@pyth on.org) wrote:
I am just testing, as I need to create a filter.


Use alt.test, then


Sounds like he probably gets this group as email through the
mailing list, but it's still rude to impose on the thousands
of other readers (tens of thousands?) for his own minor
convenience like that.

-Peter
Jul 18 '05 #3
Peter Hansen wrote:
Mitja wrote:
Michael Lauzon <ml*****@gmail.com>
(news:ma*************************************@pyth on.org) wrote:
I am just testing, as I need to create a filter.

Use alt.test, then

Sounds like he probably gets this group as email through the
mailing list, but it's still rude to impose on the thousands
of other readers (tens of thousands?) for his own minor
convenience like that.


In this case, the best thing to do is to ask a real question that you're
not actually interested in and that will be easily answered, or start a
flamewar :-) The benefit of the latter is that you get *lots* of posts
to test your filter on...

David
Jul 18 '05 #4
David Fraser wrote:
Peter Hansen wrote:
Mitja wrote:
Michael Lauzon <ml*****@gmail.com>
(news:ma*************************************@pyth on.org) wrote:
I am just testing, as I need to create a filter.

Use alt.test, then


Sounds like he probably gets this group as email through the
mailing list, but it's still rude to impose on the thousands
of other readers (tens of thousands?) for his own minor
convenience like that.


In this case, the best thing to do is to ask a real question that you're
not actually interested in and that will be easily answered, or start a
flamewar :-) The benefit of the latter is that you get *lots* of posts
to test your filter on...


Ah, you've caught on! comp.lang.python is actually just one big
test group. There are no real questions. Most of the respondents
are actually bots, auto-generating their replies. You don't think
anyone would be crazy enough to actually spend their own time
answering useless questions that are just used to test filters,
do you?

-still-waiting-for-them-to-finish-writing-my-bot-ly y'rs,
Peter
Jul 18 '05 #5

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