Guidelines/Advice


A

antioch

Hello to All in the newsgroup.

I have picked this up in the French section today, and thought it might be
of interest. Its a bit long, but I think we have all been given similar
advice on many occasions.
And in the light of some recent postings that have been in some groups, and
that some of us may have read or taken part, it might be a good time to
remind ourselves of the reasons and objectives of these groups.
I should warn you that some of the translation might not be that 'accurate',
but I am sure you will all get the gist of it.
I wonder if someone will do the same here?
It starts here.....

Welcome to the Outlook Express discussion Group.
With an aim to improving the quality of discussions, we suggest to you that
you consider and apply, as far as possible, these guides and advice as
proposed to you in this communiqué.

Here are some guides/advice.
Be respectful and courteous.
Be clear in the title of the post - that will give a direct outline of the
subject and will help the search for messages.
Be concise in the message - the language of 'chat' does not apply to
newsgroups.
Write in clear continuous French while respecting orthography, if
possible(spelling to you and me)
Shorten the message to which you answer - stick only to the essential lines
of a message you answer of the poster.
Post in rough text[useless HTML] -----this is direct trans.
Avoid ,as far as possible, the insertion of enclosures as the size of them
is filtered-----again direct trans.
Before launching yourself into a newsgroup, have a look around at those
using it and checkout the other groups.
Never pass on passwords, bank/card details/system configs. that are likely
to be used by 'baddies'.
(Clipped here - couldn't get sensible meaning from it.)
Something about respecting a user of the Outlook Express Train with an
interface web....
Use a distinctive pseudonym.
Carry out a search in the newsgroup before you put your question.
A response to your question was perhaps already brought up.
Do not post any commercial or advertising.
Say if the assistance was helpful to you and do not hesitate to say 'thank
you' to the person who replied or answered your question.
This always gives pleasure.
Avoid multiposting.
Post your message in the relevant newsgroup.
Be precise with the details of your hardware and software when possible[O.S.
and S.P. & language]
Do not respond to provocations and personal attacks - ;-) ;-)
For the good walking(sorry - running)of the forum, if you have the time and
the expertise, answer ALL persons without bias or distinction. Answers
should not be done according to personal 'affinities'.
Do not copy info from other sites - it is often illegal because of
reproduction rights and without an authors consent.

****USEFUL INFO****
We think it is useful to point out that all contributors, users, MVP's,
Microsoft employees, who actively help on a daily basis with the newsgroups,
do so voluntarily.
In fact, all the persons that you mix with on the newsgroups and that reply
to you - next bit was hard to comprehend, but it is something like 'through
a keen interest/dedication they give of their time and expertise/knowledge
to help the users of our products' - well, something like that.
A big thank you to all these persons.

****The MVP's****
The experts users equally known under the name of MVP are chosen in the
framework of the program MVP (Most Valuable)was put in place by Microsoft
France three years ago.
Concretely, this program allows all person having access to special
knowledge in the domain of the Microsoft technologies - and being able to
claim to a certain legitimacy in this domain - to participate in the
organization of our communities through the newsgroups or to favour the
division of knowledge by a community activity in of other domains:
compilation of books, items technical, organization of seminar formations,
creation organization of a site Web. These impassioned ones come from
different and varied activities, and have in common an increased mastery of
one or
several products or technologies of Microsoft, and have the will to share
voluntarily this knowledge with other users. The recognition of these
expert users is bestowed to them after they were identified and proposed by
their peers within the community and by employees Microsoft.

In exchange for their participation, these users have access to a number of
advantages. (perquisite??)
First, they have the possibility to talk directly with our development teams
in France and to the United States. This that allows for them, in link with
the newsgroups, to participate in the improvement of the products, on the
functional plan and security.
They are equally invited to certain lectures that Microsoft organizes
yearly. Finally, some go just to have access to the codes sources of the
our operating systems.( the French bit is - 'nos systemes d'exploitation' -
but I don't think it meant that really - did it????

(The next bit goes on about safe se, no sorry, surfing, spam etc etc.)

(I like this next bit - not all has been properly translated - you loose the
humour in it if you do!!!)

*** The cats TechNet ***

Another occasion to ask your questions... Cat sessions Microsoft TechNet
are for you the occasion to exchange with our better specialists on a
precise subject. You will thus be able to ask
your questions or simply to take advantage of the experience return of our
experts and other users.

(I wonder what they would get up to on a 'hot tin roof' ouch!
Nearly done.)


Thank-you of your contribution for the development of the discussion groups.

Cordially, Joel Chaudy

(There is something to do with feedback etc etc.

That's all folks - I hope I haven't wasted a lot of my time.
Enjoy!

Au revoir
Cordialement
Antioch
Vous ne pouvez pas instruire le porc - (Mais il pourrait apprendre un
morceau de français)
 
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A

ANONYMOUS

Stick to English version here:



hth

Hello to All in the newsgroup.

I have picked this up in the French section today, and thought it might be
of interest. Its a bit long, but I think we have all been given similar
advice on many occasions.
And in the light of some recent postings that have been in some groups, and
that some of us may have read or taken part, it might be a good time to
remind ourselves of the reasons and objectives of these groups.
I should warn you that some of the translation might not be that 'accurate',
but I am sure you will all get the gist of it.
I wonder if someone will do the same here?
It starts here.....

Welcome to the Outlook Express discussion Group.
With an aim to improving the quality of discussions, we suggest to you that
you consider and apply, as far as possible, these guides and advice as
proposed to you in this communiqué.

Here are some guides/advice.
Be respectful and courteous.
Be clear in the title of the post - that will give a direct outline of the
subject and will help the search for messages.
Be concise in the message - the language of 'chat' does not apply to
newsgroups.
Write in clear continuous French while respecting orthography, if
possible(spelling to you and me)
Shorten the message to which you answer - stick only to the essential lines
of a message you answer of the poster.
Post in rough text[useless HTML] -----this is direct trans.
Avoid ,as far as possible, the insertion of enclosures as the size of them
is filtered-----again direct trans.
Before launching yourself into a newsgroup, have a look around at those
using it and checkout the other groups.
Never pass on passwords, bank/card details/system configs. that are likely
to be used by 'baddies'.
(Clipped here - couldn't get sensible meaning from it.)
Something about respecting a user of the Outlook Express Train with an
interface web....
Use a distinctive pseudonym.
Carry out a search in the newsgroup before you put your question.
A response to your question was perhaps already brought up.
Do not post any commercial or advertising.
Say if the assistance was helpful to you and do not hesitate to say 'thank
you' to the person who replied or answered your question.
This always gives pleasure.
Avoid multiposting.
Post your message in the relevant newsgroup.
Be precise with the details of your hardware and software when possible[O.S.
and S.P. & language]
Do not respond to provocations and personal attacks - ;-) ;-)
For the good walking(sorry - running)of the forum, if you have the time and
the expertise, answer ALL persons without bias or distinction. Answers
should not be done according to personal 'affinities'.
Do not copy info from other sites - it is often illegal because of
reproduction rights and without an authors consent.

****USEFUL INFO****
We think it is useful to point out that all contributors, users, MVP's,
Microsoft employees, who actively help on a daily basis with the newsgroups,
do so voluntarily.
In fact, all the persons that you mix with on the newsgroups and that reply
to you - next bit was hard to comprehend, but it is something like 'through
a keen interest/dedication they give of their time and expertise/knowledge
to help the users of our products' - well, something like that.
A big thank you to all these persons.

****The MVP's****
The experts users equally known under the name of MVP are chosen in the
framework of the program MVP (Most Valuable)was put in place by Microsoft
France three years ago.
Concretely, this program allows all person having access to special
knowledge in the domain of the Microsoft technologies - and being able to
claim to a certain legitimacy in this domain - to participate in the
organization of our communities through the newsgroups or to favour the
division of knowledge by a community activity in of other domains:
compilation of books, items technical, organization of seminar formations,
creation organization of a site Web. These impassioned ones come from
different and varied activities, and have in common an increased mastery of
one or
several products or technologies of Microsoft, and have the will to share
voluntarily this knowledge with other users. The recognition of these
expert users is bestowed to them after they were identified and proposed by
their peers within the community and by employees Microsoft.

In exchange for their participation, these users have access to a number of
advantages. (perquisite??)
First, they have the possibility to talk directly with our development teams
in France and to the United States. This that allows for them, in link with
the newsgroups, to participate in the improvement of the products, on the
functional plan and security.
They are equally invited to certain lectures that Microsoft organizes
yearly. Finally, some go just to have access to the codes sources of the
our operating systems.( the French bit is - 'nos systemes d'exploitation' -
but I don't think it meant that really - did it????

(The next bit goes on about safe se, no sorry, surfing, spam etc etc.)

(I like this next bit - not all has been properly translated - you loose the
humour in it if you do!!!)

*** The cats TechNet ***

Another occasion to ask your questions... Cat sessions Microsoft TechNet
are for you the occasion to exchange with our better specialists on a
precise subject. You will thus be able to ask
your questions or simply to take advantage of the experience return of our
experts and other users.

(I wonder what they would get up to on a 'hot tin roof' ouch!
Nearly done.)

Thank-you of your contribution for the development of the discussion groups.

Cordially, Joel Chaudy

(There is something to do with feedback etc etc.

That's all folks - I hope I haven't wasted a lot of my time.
Enjoy!

Au revoir
Cordialement
Antioch
Vous ne pouvez pas instruire le porc - (Mais il pourrait apprendre un
morceau de français)
 
A

antioch

Whatever!
ANONYMOUS said:
Stick to English version here:



hth

Hello to All in the newsgroup.

I have picked this up in the French section today, and thought it might
be
of interest. Its a bit long, but I think we have all been given similar
advice on many occasions.
And in the light of some recent postings that have been in some groups,
and
that some of us may have read or taken part, it might be a good time to
remind ourselves of the reasons and objectives of these groups.
I should warn you that some of the translation might not be that
'accurate',
but I am sure you will all get the gist of it.
I wonder if someone will do the same here?
It starts here.....

Welcome to the Outlook Express discussion Group.
With an aim to improving the quality of discussions, we suggest to you
that
you consider and apply, as far as possible, these guides and advice as
proposed to you in this communiqué.

Here are some guides/advice.
Be respectful and courteous.
Be clear in the title of the post - that will give a direct outline of
the
subject and will help the search for messages.
Be concise in the message - the language of 'chat' does not apply to
newsgroups.
Write in clear continuous French while respecting orthography, if
possible(spelling to you and me)
Shorten the message to which you answer - stick only to the essential
lines
of a message you answer of the poster.
Post in rough text[useless HTML] -----this is direct trans.
Avoid ,as far as possible, the insertion of enclosures as the size of
them
is filtered-----again direct trans.
Before launching yourself into a newsgroup, have a look around at those
using it and checkout the other groups.
Never pass on passwords, bank/card details/system configs. that are
likely
to be used by 'baddies'.
(Clipped here - couldn't get sensible meaning from it.)
Something about respecting a user of the Outlook Express Train with an
interface web....
Use a distinctive pseudonym.
Carry out a search in the newsgroup before you put your question.
A response to your question was perhaps already brought up.
Do not post any commercial or advertising.
Say if the assistance was helpful to you and do not hesitate to say
'thank
you' to the person who replied or answered your question.
This always gives pleasure.
Avoid multiposting.
Post your message in the relevant newsgroup.
Be precise with the details of your hardware and software when
possible[O.S.
and S.P. & language]
Do not respond to provocations and personal attacks - ;-) ;-)
For the good walking(sorry - running)of the forum, if you have the time
and
the expertise, answer ALL persons without bias or distinction. Answers
should not be done according to personal 'affinities'.
Do not copy info from other sites - it is often illegal because of
reproduction rights and without an authors consent.

****USEFUL INFO****
We think it is useful to point out that all contributors, users, MVP's,
Microsoft employees, who actively help on a daily basis with the
newsgroups,
do so voluntarily.
In fact, all the persons that you mix with on the newsgroups and that
reply
to you - next bit was hard to comprehend, but it is something like
'through
a keen interest/dedication they give of their time and
expertise/knowledge
to help the users of our products' - well, something like that.
A big thank you to all these persons.

****The MVP's****
The experts users equally known under the name of MVP are chosen in the
framework of the program MVP (Most Valuable)was put in place by Microsoft
France three years ago.
Concretely, this program allows all person having access to special
knowledge in the domain of the Microsoft technologies - and being able to
claim to a certain legitimacy in this domain - to participate in the
organization of our communities through the newsgroups or to favour the
division of knowledge by a community activity in of other domains:
compilation of books, items technical, organization of seminar
formations,
creation organization of a site Web. These impassioned ones come from
different and varied activities, and have in common an increased mastery
of
one or
several products or technologies of Microsoft, and have the will to share
voluntarily this knowledge with other users. The recognition of these
expert users is bestowed to them after they were identified and proposed
by
their peers within the community and by employees Microsoft.

In exchange for their participation, these users have access to a number
of
advantages. (perquisite??)
First, they have the possibility to talk directly with our development
teams
in France and to the United States. This that allows for them, in link
with
the newsgroups, to participate in the improvement of the products, on the
functional plan and security.
They are equally invited to certain lectures that Microsoft organizes
yearly. Finally, some go just to have access to the codes sources of the
our operating systems.( the French bit is - 'nos systemes
d'exploitation' -
but I don't think it meant that really - did it????

(The next bit goes on about safe se, no sorry, surfing, spam etc etc.)

(I like this next bit - not all has been properly translated - you loose
the
humour in it if you do!!!)

*** The cats TechNet ***

Another occasion to ask your questions... Cat sessions Microsoft TechNet
are for you the occasion to exchange with our better specialists on a
precise subject. You will thus be able to ask
your questions or simply to take advantage of the experience return of
our
experts and other users.

(I wonder what they would get up to on a 'hot tin roof' ouch!
Nearly done.)

Thank-you of your contribution for the development of the discussion
groups.

Cordially, Joel Chaudy

(There is something to do with feedback etc etc.

That's all folks - I hope I haven't wasted a lot of my time.
Enjoy!

Au revoir
Cordialement
Antioch
Vous ne pouvez pas instruire le porc - (Mais il pourrait apprendre un
morceau de français)
 
U

Uncle Grumpy

antioch said:
Hello to All in the newsgroup.

I have picked this up in the French section today, and thought it might be
of interest.

You thought wrong.

Better luck next time bucko.
 
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