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Re: [BKARTS] Behavior and Topics on List?



I have to agree with Jules. The discussion of software
has been more useful to me than most of the topics
discussed here.

MayKitten
--- "Peter D. Verheyen" <verheyen@PHILOBIBLON.COM>
wrote:
> I didn't say the topic was forbidden, but saw it
> heading off on a real
> tangent... It's ok to talk about using software to
> make books, but let's
> not become a software support site. That's all. It's
> never clear cut. In
> terms of behavior, this list is generally very
> civil, people helpful,
> etc.Let's also look at things in shades of
> grey/gray, rather than bitonal
> b/w. It's (almost) never clear cut, there's room for
> interpretation, and
> there can be many right answers and wrong ways of
> doing things.
>
> p.
>
> >Maybe Peter could reconsider a bit. I enjoy
> everything I read on this list,
> >even the messages that people later apologize for.
> Most books now begin in
> >layout programs. Why is it off-topic to discuss
> that in the same detail as
> >-- to me -- abstruse topics such as Coptic
> bindings?--
> >JULES SIEGEL
> http://www.cafecancun.com/bookarts/jsiegel.htm
>
>
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