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- ​* ​''​Topics'' ​- Please try to keep on-topic. We are a Linux users group, so we care about subjects relating to Linux, UNIX/GNU software development,​ Free and Open Source software applications that run on Linux, and the like.  If you feel they are appropriate,​ off-topic posts may be marked by putting [OT] in the subject line to inform people that it will not be a Linux-related discussion.+ ​* ​//Topics// - Please try to keep on-topic. We are a Linux users group, so we care about subjects relating to Linux, UNIX/GNU software development,​ Free and Open Source software applications that run on Linux, and the like.  If you feel they are appropriate,​ off-topic posts may be marked by putting [OT] in the subject line to inform people that it will not be a Linux-related discussion.
  
- ​* ​''​Signal to Noise Ratio'' ​- When posting a follow-up to an existing thread, please trim superfluous information. ​ Everyone following the thread will need context to follow your contributions,​ but excess reading material is cumbersome and difficult to read.+ ​* ​//Signal to Noise Ratio// - When posting a follow-up to an existing thread, please trim superfluous information. ​ Everyone following the thread will need context to follow your contributions,​ but excess reading material is cumbersome and difficult to read.
  
- ​* ​''​Plain Text Only Please'' ​- Please do not post in HTML, as many mail clients will not correctly display HTML mail. HTML also interferes with accessibility for the visually-impaired. ​ If you would like to reference an image or external document, please include a plain text URL (e.g.: !http://​www.linuxsymposium.org) in your email message.+ ​* ​//Plain Text Only Please// - Please do not post in HTML, as many mail clients will not correctly display HTML mail. HTML also interferes with accessibility for the visually-impaired. ​ If you would like to reference an image or external document, please include a plain text URL (e.g.: !http://​www.linuxsymposium.org) in your email message.
    
- ​* ​''​Attachments'' ​- Please limit attachments to OpenPGP signatures. ​ If you wish to post a document please post a plain text URL to the location of the document.+ ​* ​//Attachments// - Please limit attachments to OpenPGP signatures. ​ If you wish to post a document please post a plain text URL to the location of the document.
  
- ​* ​''​Signatures'' ​- It is a traditional courtesy to keep your email signature to 5 lines or fewer.+ ​* ​//Signatures// - It is a traditional courtesy to keep your email signature to 5 lines or fewer.
  
- ​* ​''​Read your post before you hit send.'' ​- Remember that those email addresses belong to actual live people with feelings and their own tendency toward knee-jerk reactions. ​ If you take your time and compose well written messages, and avoid personally attacking the people behind the addresses, they will respect you and do the same. + ​* ​//Read your post before you hit send.// - Remember that those email addresses belong to actual live people with feelings and their own tendency toward knee-jerk reactions. If you take your time and compose well written messages, and avoid personally attacking the people behind the addresses, they will respect you and do the same. Remember -- everything you say is archived and there for everyone to see; politeness will go a long way to giving you a good reputation on-line.
-  ​Remember -- everything you say is archived and there for everyone to see; +
-  ​politeness will go a long way to giving you a good reputation on-line.+
  
 ===== OCLUG Mailing Lists ===== ===== OCLUG Mailing Lists =====
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   * [http://​www.oclug.on.ca/​mailman/​listinfo/​linux linux] discussion list and [http://​www.oclug.on.ca/​archives/​linux archives] - This is a list for moderated discussion of Linux-related topics. The purpose of this list is to foster an environment similar to OCLUG'​s monthly meetings. See the full mailing list policy in the section below for full details.   * [http://​www.oclug.on.ca/​mailman/​listinfo/​linux linux] discussion list and [http://​www.oclug.on.ca/​archives/​linux archives] - This is a list for moderated discussion of Linux-related topics. The purpose of this list is to foster an environment similar to OCLUG'​s monthly meetings. See the full mailing list policy in the section below for full details.
  
-  * THIS LIST HAS NOT BEEN USED SINCE MARCH 2009 [http://​www.oclug.on.ca/​mailman/​listinfo/​oclug-announce oclug-announce] announcement list and [http://​www.oclug.on.ca/​archives/​oclug-announce archives] - A low volume announcement list used to keep members of OCLUG informed about major events and upcoming meetings.+  * //THIS LIST HAS NOT BEEN USED SINCE MARCH 2009// [http://​www.oclug.on.ca/​mailman/​listinfo/​oclug-announce oclug-announce] announcement list and [http://​www.oclug.on.ca/​archives/​oclug-announce archives] - A low volume announcement list used to keep members of OCLUG informed about major events and upcoming meetings.
  
   * [http://​www.oclug.on.ca/​mailman/​listinfo/​oclug-board oclug-board] discussion list and [http://​www.oclug.on.ca/​archives/​oclug-board archives] - An open list used by the OCLUG Board of Directors to discuss policy.   * [http://​www.oclug.on.ca/​mailman/​listinfo/​oclug-board oclug-board] discussion list and [http://​www.oclug.on.ca/​archives/​oclug-board archives] - An open list used by the OCLUG Board of Directors to discuss policy.
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