I've noticed that the Red Hat mailing lists do not default to filling
the Reply-To field with the address of the list, but rather, replies go
to the sender. The obvious consequence of this is that we either have
to manually edit our To: field in our mailer or we hit 'reply-all" and
consequently, people get duplicate messages.
I know one of the problems with a Reply-To to the list is that automatic
replies might trigger e-mail storms, but I think most modern mailing
list managers handle this.
Has this already been discussed to death?
I noticed that in my normal web browsing setup, where firefox is set to
use about 2/3rds of the 1024x768 screen, that bottom blue band half
covers the Legal, trademark guidelines link text.
However, widening the web browser window doesn't help the text either be
fully overlaid on the blue band, nor above or below the blue band.
Narrowing the web browser, forces the copyright etc text to begin to
cover the blue band part, forcing a larger white background under the
blue band, and the legal | trademark g bits become readable, although ugly.
Makes it somewhat difficult to read the text.
Hi, I noticed just recently some of the html tags had changed and in turn removed this section:
=== Fedora Core 3 -> Fedora Core 4 ===
IT Systems Assistant Manager
Attention Plus Care
1580 Makaloa St. Ste 1060
Honolulu, HI 96814
Sir my name is Swamy R S from india.i'm trying to instal fedora 8 but it started to give a problem when instalation completes, it ask reboot after rebooting it will come upto wel come screen with forward option in that stage my computer become hang keyboard and mouse not work.my system configuration is
mother board: intel d102 chipset
processor :dual core 3.2Mz
logitch mouse and keyboard. and i'm using 160 gb hard disk.
Swamy .R .S
My name is Donald Morrison and will like to order a tractor to my
new company here and will like to know your products so that i can make my
selection with their prices.I will also want to know if you accept online
check where i give you my bank information and you make the transaction?I
hope to hear from you soon.
Our wiki tours are busted in the new wiki:
Mediawiki does not support slideshows.
I understand from ianweller that there has been some talk about moving
these 'off wiki' or perhaps some other solution?
What do we think about a solution to this issue? who 'owns' the tours?
I am not certain how many users have tried the tours, but I would
think there have been plenty and we should either board it up or fix