[Users] is there a function to annotate emails?
Michael A. Yetto
myetto1 at nycap.rr.com
Tue Aug 30 01:12:24 CEST 2016
On Tue, 30 Aug 2016 00:22:42 +0200
Michael <codejodler at gmx.ch> wrote:
>> Adding this type of functionality moves programs towards the all
>> things for all users at all times model.
>Yes, and apparently you are KISS here. But after so many years using
>mail and messengers, i finally started to think, that's perhaps what a
>communication tool nowadays should be: A general communication tool,
>including anything you might wish for ...
All to often people will sent long text messages when an email is
called for, or start a long conversation that would be better served by
a phone call rather than an asynchronous medium such as text, or a
quick phone call just saying, "Can't talk now, but..." rather than
anything else, or ...
I like the philosophy of do one thing well then pass it on to the next
step. However, this is close to just adding a plugin you want and leave
off the bloat-ware (defined as anything I don't want.)
>It's totally fine and for the best, if claws is not it; but then,
>plugins are the solution. Luckily, claws gots them :D
"Some people speak as if we were not justified in rejecting a
theological doctrine unless we can prove it false. But the burden of
proof does not lie upon the rejecter.... If you were told that in a
certain planet revolving around Sirius there is a race of donkeys who
speak the English language and spend their time in discussing eugenics,
you could not disprove the statement, but would it, on that account,
have any claim to be believed? Some minds would be prepared to accept
it, if it were reiterated often enough, through the potent force of
- Bertrand Russell
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