(this is part of why I dislike forums, btw - when something is annoying, you have to try to convince someone else to change their software for a problem that they might not care about, which is much less likely to happen)
That said, yes, I think it is polite to only quote the part of previous messages that you are actually concerned with. If you are using Gmail, for example, select the part of the message that you are actually replying too before hitting reply.
On 08/12/2012, at 11:02 PM, Rick wrote:
> I'm enjoying the conversation, but it is rather frustrating to have to scroll through 50-100 lines of quotes to get to someone's 5 line reply.
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