As a quick feedback on that issue - few months after it got all resolved and steeled down - this above was (and is) the best approach! Do not ever falsely assume that you might "buddy up" with your management, that you might "express yourself" or anything like that! Think from a professional point of view: do you job and keep the private mess away from the work place. If you are asked about it directly, try your best to stay away from mixing yourself in. — GeekSince19825 hours ago
A few of the security ones should be moved to job-security, a fair few should probably be tagged privacy instead. I think the tag itself might be useful but it needs a definition and probably a warning not to confuse it with job-security.
@Lilienthal I think, reading across those questions, that simplifying as you suggest is best, but the tag should remain. I reviewed them just to see if any would be appropriate over on Security.SE, but sadly not.
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I have a habit of ending all my emails like so :
But the default setting is that every email automatically says "Regards," at the bottom. Is the "Thanks" unnecessary in that case? Or is it a good add-on to include?
Many of my colleagues would only start off with a "hi" and don'...
@Pequod if your goal is to make fun of other users let me be perfectly clear - that attitude is not welcome here. It seems rather ironic to be mocking other people for their inability to grasp "common sense" questions but demonstrating you seem unable to grasp basic common sense in actual interpersonal interactions yourself. — enderland ♦Feb 2 at 17:42