[tdf-discuss] Re: [WEB] interim mailing list structuring - a proposal
Hi Caio, all
Bernhard Dippold, 01-10-2010 18:20:
we'll have to wait some more days until the structure of our community
here will be able to handle the amount of topics and ideas in a more
appropriate way with new mailing lists, a wiki and other means to divide
different interests on several groups.
Until then I propose to add some tags to the subject of your mails in
order to identify them more easily (and to filter them in your mail
discussions/proposals about *coding* and building
Even if I read some mails here pointing to a different mailing list:
As this list will be the starting point for most new contributors at the moment, we should add this
IMHO I don't think we need a list for the sole purpose of discussing the
mailing list structure. That could be website or general.
I thought about the wished for addtional native-lang mailing lists. But they can categorized under
Another point I didn' t mention before: Please start a new thread with any new topic and add a
short description to the subject.
And I'd like to shorten the tag names in order to reduce the length of the subjects.
Documentation -> [DOC]
others should stay:
new features ->[FEATURES]
other topics ->[GENERAL]
PS: Add other important tags to this list please...
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