[ntp:questions] PPS only configuration

unruh unruh at invalid.ca
Thu Feb 21 05:31:40 UTC 2013

On 2013-02-21, Mike S <mikes at flatsurface.com> wrote:
> On 2/19/2013 1:51 AM, Richard B. Gilbert wrote:
>> I have an "Enter" key on my keyboard and I use it!  It doesn't seem to
>> me to be "rocket science" to use an "Enter" key, or a "Return" key
>> somewhere between 1 and 120 characters.
> No sense getting upset about it. If long lines from someone offends your 
> sensibilities, just ignore that message and they won't get the benefit 
> of your expertise. If it's a response to some question you had, then 
> doing a bit of work to gain free benefit shouldn't be a burden.
> What's the problem?

This has probably gone on long enough, but since I started it, the
reason I did was simply to help the poster get the help he wanted. When
I am trying to help someone, feeling that there are these obstacles in
the way of my even be able to understand what the problem is, is
frustrating, and unfair to the person asking for help.
And if it is an answer and I have to page down through 10 blank lines
between each line of text, it is also frustrating since I often learn
from those answers. We do not need artificial obstacles to
communication-- there are enough real obstacles out there. 

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