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Mikaela Suomalainen 7 years ago
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<h2>Why do you GPG clearsign your emails instead of using PGP/MIME or something less spammy?</h2>

<p>I am clearsigning my emails instead of using PGP/MIME, because I am on
multiple mailing lists and most of them use mailing list software,
which messes up with headers and this way make PGP/MIME signatures
unverifiable.</p>

<h2>But clearsigned signature looks ugly.</h2>

<p>I know that clearsigned messages may look ugly to email clients, which
don't support PGP, but they can at least be verified on all mailing lists.</p>

<h2>I am on slow connection and your signature is too big for me.</h2>

<p>I am sorry for that. But keep in mind that your email client would still
download ther PGP/MIME signature (signature.asc) file even if I used
PGP/MIME.</p>

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Why do you GPG clearsign your emails instead of using PGP/MIME or something less spammy?
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I am clearsigning my emails instead of using PGP/MIME, because I am on
multiple mailing lists and most of them use mailing list software,
which messes up with headers and this way make PGP/MIME signatures
unverifiable.
But clearsigned signature looks ugly.
-------------------------------------
I know that clearsigned messages may look ugly to email clients, which
don't support PGP, but they can at least be verified on all mailing lists.

I am on slow connection and your signature is too big for me.
-------------------------------------------------------------

I am sorry for that. But keep in mind that your email client would still
download ther PGP/MIME signature (signature.asc) file even if I used
PGP/MIME.

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<h1>Top-posting</h1>

<h2>What is top-posting?</h2>

<p>Top posting is replying before the text which you are replying to (and which is usually automatically quoted by your email client).</p>

<p>This example from <a href="https://wiki.debian.org/FAQsFromDebianUser#What_is_top-posting_.28and_why_shouldn.27t_I_do_it.29.3F">Debian wiki</a> answers to both, this and next question.</p>

<pre><code>A: Because it messes up the way you read
Q: Why is top-posting bad?
A: Writing your answer before the question
Q: What is top-posting?
</code></pre>

<h2>Why is it bad?</h2>

<p>See the answer to the previous question. It explains everything.</p>

<h2>Rules</h2>

<p>At least <a href="http://www.debian.org/MailingLists/#codeofconduct">Debian mailing lists</a> and <a href="http://www.ubuntu.com/support/community/mailinglists">Ubuntu mailing lists</a> forbid top-posting in their guidelines. In my opinion other mailing lists should do this too.</p>
<meta HTTP-EQUIV="REFRESH" content="0; url=http://mkaysi.github.com/articles/complaining/topposting.html">

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Top-posting
===========

What is top-posting?
--------------------

Top posting is replying before the text which you are replying to (and which is usually automatically quoted by your email client).

This example from [Debian wiki](https://wiki.debian.org/FAQsFromDebianUser#What_is_top-posting_.28and_why_shouldn.27t_I_do_it.29.3F) answers to both, this and next question.

A: Because it messes up the way you read
Q: Why is top-posting bad?
A: Writing your answer before the question
Q: What is top-posting?

Why is it bad?
--------------

See the answer to the previous question. It explains everything.

Rules
-----

At least [Debian mailing lists](http://www.debian.org/MailingLists/#codeofconduct) and [Ubuntu mailing lists](http://www.ubuntu.com/support/community/mailinglists) forbid top-posting in their guidelines. In my opinion other mailing lists should do this too.

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