On 19 oct. 10, at 23:13, Cor Nouws wrote:
Joining the global users lists, gives the largest public, so more
knowledge / international exchange. I find that useful in some
That works only for people who understand English. So it is not
global by definition.
That is true, so a email@example.com would show that difference.
Definitely. And firstname.lastname@example.org too.
Mind that common is (was?) that there is for example
as well as
a marketing or a dev@<language>.documentfoundation.org.
The place where people in a certain language area work together.
For English that obviously does not work, and for Spanish and maybe more languages too.
Therefore, we already see a list for a local/regional group in the US (iirc).
Indeed. But that is beside the point I am making.
_ALL_ lists should be identified by the language they use.
Unless the lists are clearly and exclusively about global policy issues, in which case they should
_theorically_ be multilingual (ie not explicitly refuse contributions because some list members do
not understand the language of the post).
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