Re: new to usenet, some slrn questions
- From: Justin C <justin.0904@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 25 Apr 2009 21:40:06 -0000
In article <slrngv5ffn.90n.indi@xxxxxxxxxxxx>, Indi wrote:
On 2009-04-25, andrew <andrew@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
It was not so long ago that I started using slrn myself and initially I
struggled with the way slrn presented articles. The best advice I can
give is to give the slrn way a go to start with, as the documentation
suggests after a while you will not even contemplate doing it a
different way. As the Borg said "... you will be assimilated" :-).
Yes, I found my assimilation came within a week.
It definitely does grow on one. Unless of course,
you're just not an slrn person at heart...
After a week you'll probably either feel very fond
of the "slrn way", or you'll have been driven to move
on to something else.
Mutt users say that all MUAs suck, but mutt sucks the
least. I think that also applies to newsreaders and slrn.
Twelve years, and I've never found anything I prefer to slrn. Twelve
years, and I keep going back to mutt! I seem to resemble your remark.
Justin C, by the sea.
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