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On 2010-10-07 8:58 AM, Marc Paré wrote:
I think this is too extreme. A user would have to then decypher the
LibO naming convention and it would then become impossible to manage
the different language permutations of these names.

I would vote that the LibO apply the ISO naming conventions where
applicable and where there is no convention, make sure that they are
easily understood by any user. The naming convention should also be
detailed in a FAQ on the LibO site so that we all follow the same

I don't care what the list name itself is, I'm talking about the
[SUBJECT TAG]. So I'll reiterate - if these huge/long subject tags are
going to be implemented, please, please provide user customizable list
options so that users who don't want/need them can disable them
completely - as I said, they are useless and a total waste of space for
me (and most anyone who filters on LISTID headers rather than subject tag


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