Usenet etiquette refers to practices of writing, contact, and behavior used in newsgroups (Usenet). Etiquette Usenet Computers.
Etiquette ( / ˈ ɛ t ᵻ ˌ k ɛ t / or / ˈ ɛ t ᵻ k ᵻ t / , French: ) is a code of behavior that delineates expectations for social behavior according to contemporary conventional norms within a society, social class, or group . (wikipedia)
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- Gives The Seven Don'ts of Usenet www
Gives a list of behaviours to be avoided when posting to Usenet groups, Seven Don'ts of Usenet, as well as links to expand on each item. The Seven Don'ts of Usenet.
- Offers Rules for Posting to Usenet www
Offers an discussion of what, for Posting to Usenet, and how, to post to newsgroups. Rules for Posting to Usenet.
- Explains The Bincancel FAQ www
Explains why one should not post huge binaries to non-binary newsgroups. The Bincancel FAQ.
- Short Why is Bottom-posting better than Top-posting? www
Short lesson by A. Bottom-posting better than Top-posting?. Smit and H.W. de Haan explaining how threaded conversations such as found on Usenet are adversely affected by those who "top post" instead of "bottom post" their replies. Why is Bottom-posting better than Top-posting?.
- A How Not to Look Like an Idiot on Usenet www
A list of 16 rules for basic Usenet postings is provided. How Not to Look Like an Idiot on Usenet.
- Provides A Primer on How to Work with the Usenet Community www
Provides a list of things to remember when posting to Usenet groups. A Primer on How to Work with the Usenet Community.
- Briefly Why Ask Questions in Public? www
Briefly explains advantages of asking technical questions in public rather than e-mailing them directly to a group member. Ask Questions in Public?. Written and placed in the public domain by Russ Allbery. Why Ask Questions in Public?.
- About How do I quote correctly in Usenet? www
About attribution, I quote correctly in Usenet?, quoting, answering, quotation marks and quoting other resources. How do I quote correctly in Usenet?.
- Satirical Dear Emily Postnews www
Satirical questions and answers on how to act on Usenet. Dear Emily Postnews.
- Gives Netiquette Home Page www
Gives a description of the main rules of online etiquette. Home Page. A quiz, mailing list, and ordering information for an etiquette book are also provided. Netiquette Home Page.
- This Netiquette Guidelines www
This is the full text of RFC 1855, Guidelines, which is the unofficial standard work on electronic etiquette. Netiquette Guidelines.
- Tutorials Slyck's Guide to the Newsgroups www
Tutorials on binary newsgroups : how to download, Guide to the Newsgroups, verify, combine and decode files as well as how to post them. Tutorials on other topics such as IRC and P2P are also available. Slyck's Guide to the Newsgroups.
- Tim Snoozenet www
Tim Pierce's New's Hacking page. Snoozenet. Includes links to RFC 977, 1036, son-of-1036. Snoozenet.
- Alexa: Etiquette Usenet
Alexa Directory Top Sites: Etiquette Usenet
- DMOZ: Etiquette Usenet
dmoz.org Directory: Etiquette Usenet