From: "Ross Bamford" <rosco / roscopeco.remove.co.uk>
>
> On Thu, 05 Jan 2006 02:52:37 -0000, Chad Perrin <perrin / apotheon.com>  
> wrote:
> 
>> On Thu, Jan 05, 2006 at 07:39:32AM +0900, Lloyd Zusman wrote:
>>> Justin Bishop <jubishop / gmail.com> writes:
>>>
>>> > I agree. using [SOLUTION] by itself makes sense.
>>> >
>>> > I like the idea of extending this concept further.  Is it already a
>>> > "recommendation" that new software announcements (or updates) have
>>> > [ANN] in their subject line?
>>> >
>>> > How about [QUESTION] for people looking for programming help, as  
>>> well? ;o)
>>>
>>> ... and then we can have [ANSWER] for the responses, not to mention
>>> other things like [SUGGESTION], [RANT], [LANGUAGE-WAR], etc.  And since
>>> [OT] is already in use, for the sake of parity, we should also have
>>> [ON-TOPIC].  :)
>>
>>  . . or we could use [OT] for that, too, but it's a *different* [OT]
>> than the [OT] used for off-topic stuff.  Really it is.
>>
> 
> [^OT] ?
> 
> Kinda works I guess. Maybe they should be switched though, since on-topic  
> is hopefully the common case and so should be quicker to type...

Excellent!  What a savings!  =D


Love it,

Bill