>: [Grzegorz...email reply deleted]
It's a small point, and I admit that I'm writing this through tears
of laughter, but e-mail is supposed to be private...or at least
sufficiently private to lend some assurance that it won't appear
on Usenet. There is no rule or law, but it's one of those things,
like not posting advertisements, about which Usenet participants
generally agree in order to promote communication: there are things
which can be said with an expectation of privacy that would not be
said in a public forum...research details, for example. Clearly,
there was no technical information transmitted in the posted example
(although there may be conclusions to be drawn!), but the principle
should still apply, should it not?
In my humble opinion, of course, and no criticism intended.
(The views expressed herein do not reflect those of Eastman Kodak Company Inc.)