FW: About the extra mailinglist

Steve Hayashi sth at andrew.cmu.edu
Fri Jan 19 10:38:16 PST 2001


These are the extensions from comp.sys.be (as in BeOS)
advocacy
announce
help
misc
programmer

If there are to be new mailing lists, then I move that use two or more of
these names.  Help and misc are my choices, with announce being a close
3rd.

-Steve

On Fri, 19 Jan 2001, Gerard Beekmans wrote:

> > Then what about having lfs-apps, lfs-chatter, and linux-chatter (or
> > chatter/non-lfs-chatter/etc)?
> > Extending your reasoning above for having lfs-chatter and linux as separate
> > lists, what about people who want to read/ask/respond about installing
> > package x on their LFS system, but don't care about threads such as 
> > "Should we advertise LFS", which would be mixed together in the lfs-chatter
> > list if lfs-apps is shut down.
> 
> lfs-apps is shutdown but in place of it will be lfs-problems (though the more 
> i think about that name the less I like it. Perhaps retain the lfs-apps name 
> is best in the end).
> 
> To repsond to your X/LFS advertisement:
> 
> problems with X is for lfs-problems
> Should we advertise LFS is for lfs-chatter.
> 
> so if you don't want the LFS advertisement don't subscribe to lfs-chatter. I 
> don't see the problem there really.
> 
> 
> 
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