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On 19 oct. 10, at 18:15, Florian Effenberger wrote:


Jean-Christophe Helary wrote on 2010-10-19 02.22:

I would like to propose that unlike what existed under Sun and Oracle, the linguistic 
communities _including_ the English speaking community, are all identified by a specific 
language marker and that all the lists that do not use that language marker are explicitly 

I would not suggest doing so. This simply leads to chaos.

Certainly not. The reason why is that most people would still use English as the communication 

In any case, the current "global" lists are not global, they are English lists and should be 
identified as such.

There is no need for a "global" user list and the "global" discussion list should not be a mere 
"discussion" list but a "policy" list where only items of global interest regarding TDF or LO are 

As you might have seen, we're currently setting up more local(ized) mailing lists, which will 
also help in reducing the traffic on this main discussion list.

Ok, then create a few lists too to ensure that all the low interest English 
traffic is redirected there please.

Jean-Christophe Helary
work: (ja/en > fr)

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