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


Hi,

Tanstaafl wrote on 2011-12-15 13:06:

So, my proposal is to DEFER this decision until after mailman3 is
released, migrate the lists to mailman3, then simply document how
individual list subscribers can choose their poison.

I'd also suggest that the DEFAULT be to enable reply-to mangling, and
explain to the user how they can change this in the welcom emessage that
is sent.

you and Uwe have good points here. The rationale behind me pushing for an evaluation now is that the clear feedback was

1. we want the developers to be more involved on the non-developers lists

2. the developers strongly prefer a to have no reply-to mangling

So, in terms of inclusion, I wanted to do that change right now, but, well, if there's not even support for a "let's try it", I don't know what to do...

Florian

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