Usenet etiquette refers to practices of writing, contact, and behavior used in newsgroups (Usenet).
Satirical questions and answers on how to act on Usenet.
A list of 16 rules for basic Usenet postings is provided.
Explains why one should not post huge binaries to non-binary newsgroups.
Gives a list of behaviours to be avoided when posting to Usenet groups, as well as links to expand on each item.
Briefly explains advantages of asking technical questions in public rather than e-mailing them directly to a group member. Written and placed in the public domain by Russ Allbery.
Short lesson by A. 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.
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