The (usually) all knowning Trevor Boicey wrote:
>> Well the yea's have it. While I agree that the overlap is considerable,
>> there seems to be enough interest and certainly enough traffic to warrant
>> a new list or two.
> History being what it is, this is usually how the death of
>ALL the lists begin.
> Keep it all together, please. Fragmentation is the beginning
>of the end.
IMHO, it is fine to start a list to cover a separate topic/issue or a new
topic/issue. However having lists that cover redundant issues and topics is
(btw this puts my list subscriptions at 16, 500 unique messages a day...
Kai Radicke -- firstname.lastname@example.org -- 1966 MGB @ http://www.pil.net/~mowogmg
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