For what it's worth, I think replies at the top make the most sense, since readers can see what the most recent comment immediately, and in the (relatively less frequent) case the reader wants to go through the history, s/he can then scroll down. Usability-wise, the most frequent use case should require the least amount of user effort. Alain -----Original Message----- From: ciphershed-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:ciphershed-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Kyle Marek Sent: Monday, June 9, 2014 15:18 To: ciphershed@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [ciphershed] Re: Social Networking Again On 06/09/2014 03:15 PM, Niklas Lemcke - ??? wrote: On Mon, 09 Jun 2014 20:10:39 +0100 PID0 <p1dz3r0@xxxxxxxxx> <mailto:p1dz3r0@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: You're not the only one, scrolling does my nut in. On 09/06/2014 20:09, Alain Forget wrote: Coming from an outsider who's recently realised what happened with TrueCrypt and wants to keep up on how TC's future develops, If you're going for transparency, I second keeping discussions to forums and mailing lists that are public web-accessible and search engine indexed archives. Alain P.S. Apologies for replying at the top of the e-mail, but this is the format I'm used to, and replies at the bottom drive me nuts. :-P Although again, since I'm an outsider, maybe I should be trying to conform to this community's standards. Just edit what you were going to reply to, so it fits nicely :D I don't really mind top-posting though. Just feel like this it seems more... proper? It would make sense that this is the wanted way of doing it because you can read the chats chronologically, but the only problem i see is that Thunderbird automatically puts a little space at the top and sets your carat there, as if you're supposed to type from the top. ________________________________ At the time of sending this message, I have not been contacted by any government official or worker regarding my participation in CipherShed or any related project. I have not been asked to supply any information to them that may be used to impersonate me nor have I been asked to aid the government or it's officials or workers in modifying part of CipherShed or any related project. I am not aware of any of my property or anything regarding me being bugged, searched, or compromised in any way. Anything that accepts PGP encryption or signing should have been cryptographically secured with my PGP key.