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So you're saying because everyone else you interact with does it wrong, it should also be done wrong here. Allow me to remind you that two (or 50) wrongs don't make a right.

Why is it wrong? Refer to Brian Barker's post wherein he references an RFC. I'd repost what he wrote but I've already deleted it.

For the record, I also hit Reply out of habit on this message, but I LOOKED at what I was sending out, and redid it. No big deal. Certainly not worth complaining about.

On 8/14/2012 2:50 AM, Bjørn K Nilssen wrote:
På Tue, 14 Aug 2012 02:12:33 +0200, skrev Florian Effenberger <>:

Hello everyone,

I just wanted to thank everyone for your feedback, and assure you that I read every bit, even if I don't manage to reply to every message in detail.

My offer stands valid, let's wait for some more feedback and some more days, and then make a final decision.

My feedback is that I don't like the change at all.
Most of the mailing lists I subscribe to nowadays (~50 lists) are on Yahoo or Google, and none of them behaves like this, with no Reply-To field. They all have the standard Reply-To list field. And so do the few non-Yahoo/Google lists. LO is now the only exception, and I actually out of old habit replied to your post as I always do to lists (and emails), before I noticed that I was writing to your email instead of to the list.
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