On 2010-10-16 5:00 PM, Barbara Duprey wrote:
No, because so often they get overwhelmed by the list volume.
Mailman has the concept of 'umbrella' lists...
Maybe we could create 'micro' lists - say, one for Writer, one for Calc,
one for Impress, etc - then make the 'discuss' and 'users' lists parent
lists (or is it vice versa? - I don't use them so not sure of the
The way it would work is, if someone only has a quick questions about
Writer, they ask there. People on the Writer list only see
questions/answers about Writer, and people on the discuss/users lists
see questions about all of them.
When someone subscribes, they could then simply check boxes next to the
lists/topics they are interested in, and wouldn't need to know they are
actually subscribing to separate lists.
I do know that the users/discuss lists volume is way too heavy for an
'average user' to get any benefit from. For example, since checking my
email last on Friday evening, there have been 150+ new messages to this
list... this would simply terrify anyone who subbed for a simple answer
to a simple question.
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