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[tdf-discuss] Re: overall communication guidelines and reply-to mangling

On 11/25/2011 02:00 PM, Andrea Pescetti wrote:
Regina Henschel wrote:
All mailing lists I'm described to (and
believe me that are a lot) behave in the way that a click on "Antwort
auf diese Nachricht" replies to the list. So keep the lists to behave this way too.
Only behave not that way and that is very
annoying. It results in accidentally sending only private answers

Same for me. A mailing list, to me, is a group of people discussing 
together and transparently. When I answer a mailing list message, I'm 
speaking to everybody in the group and I expect this to be the default 


If you really consider to change it, please let the [sub]scribers vote on it.

Converting only one list, especially a "-discuss" list, seems a 
confusing move. At least, if one can separate behaviour by domain (i.e., lists and lists), 
it takes less effort to remember when a reply should be addressed 

However, it seems the "experiment" has been decided so let's go on, even 
though I believe that nobody will change his preferences after the 
experiment, so a preliminary poll would likely yield the same results.


Why not experiment with the moderators or test list instead? Why the
discuss list?

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