dicussion|conversation thread NMETMC

NMETQE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conversation_threading
name in order
NQZBRK:  originally til now: ‘dicussion|conversation threading NMETMC’
NQZBT0:  now ‘dicussion|conversation thread NMETMC’ as seems simpler & more universal

Oct 032015

NOPZ9W “intro & overall”

  1. NOPZA8 ‘This {post & its comments}’s ‘TOU(Terms Of Use) including copyright ©, confidentiality/privacy, info’s allowed use’ is JotHere.com’s default TOU(Terms Of Use) except:
    1. NOPZAL none, indeed I encourage everyone to promote this post, by sharing its URL, to raise service quality everywhere.
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    1. .

    NVMI7A  post name:

    NOPZ9W: communicating & setting-up-appointments with meseemingly just like most of the new generations as Millennials except they probably will expect you to know & follow these conventions without having to[……]MORE

Apr 062015

NMCVE8   intro & overall

  1. NMCVEL   title history in reverse start-order:
    1. NMCW8I    now: “

      best/proper discussion thread creation & other-management for common email/messaging & posting systems

      –broadened the topic

    2. NMCVEX   originally to next: “best titling of discussion threads starting with email/message-system Subject naming”  —
  2.  image: TBA
  3.  NMEOUM  What to do

    1. NMEOUZ   Follow the rules
  4. NMCWZH   pros thru cons (of doing the rules, especially “get right from the start the thread’s subject and, where applicable, its location”)

    1. NMDIC[……]MORE
Apr 172012

M2MZII Version 1.7

  1. M2OXUB: Title & URL: OCAndroid Developers Meetup (#48: 2012.04.16) minutes http://1.JotHere.com/2859#M2MZII
    1. M2OXUJ: exact scheduled time range: pst2012.04.16Mon1800-2200

Small[ this time ]but very informative.

Here’s some of what we discussed –also comment there & add more: simply create an account if you haven’t already –useful/essential to do in any case as OCAndroid is transitioning as much as possible off of Meetup and onto http://JotHere.com.

Mar 052012

Version 1.2

  1. Definition:

  1. M0FHS0: These points here are essential but not obvious and often not easy, which is another serious Meetup.com bug.

  2. M0FM4V: Dealing with email from Meetup.com

  1. M0FI33: Know Meetup.com effectively spams every member (who belongs at least 1 group  holding regular events) with mostly unimportant email (especially numerous instant reminders & updates on every event of every group, even if you’re not interested), making the few important emails very easy to miss.

  1. M0FMMZ: And generally Meetup.com doesn’t allow you to on Meetup.[……]MORE

Jan 182012

Version 1.2

  1. LXYHHXwhen communicating with anyone in writing, especially when working with them (be it a date or a job), these rules
    1. LXZMDA: –I feel are just respectful logical common sense, so
      1. LXZMAZI follow (them )religiously
      2. LXZMFGand I would every other person would also do the same,
        1. LXZMPM: but since people often don’t (either being not respectful or having different ideas or (most likely) not yet realizing & internalizing the importance this stuff), I spelled them out.  
  2. LXZM73from most to least essential (though all are important):
Sep 142011
Make sure your “Communication settings” are turned “ON” in each Meetup group you belong to, initially & periodically LRJGGC updated 2011.09.15pst1328 http://1.JotHere.com/LRJGGC (76% complete 1st draft & used in production)
  1. This is mentioned in your group welcome message which your group should have emailed you when you joined.

    Currently this covers the matter in with key additional detail (“going to” also to ON) but soon the welcome message will link to here.
  2. When you join any group and every few months (esp if you missed some updates),
    open your “Communication settings” for your Meetup group, as open
    http://www.meetup.com/OCAndroid/settings if you belong to http://Meetup.com/OCAndroid, and insure all entries there are marked YES (meaning: ‘yes, email me notification’), most especially:[……]MORE