Friedrich Strohmaier wrote on 2011-08-02 16:18:
Obviously this seems to be a simple but high effective change only a
native speeker can see, so I'd do this change, if nobody objects.
+1 from my side, and thanks for your work! Please remember to also edit
the list creation scripts on the server accordingly, so changes will
also be effective for new lists.
Bloating the footer which the other proposals require, rises confusion
more than providing useful information from my point of view .
Indeed, we shouldn't have the footer too bloated. I even think about
removing the +unsubscribe link later on, but let's wait with that for now.
Btw. The "unsubscribe" requests seem to have vanished since pointing to
the footer, and as far as I see no new blacklisting requests have been
reported. Can we consider the "unsubscribe" issues solved? (don't
follow the users list so no clue about complaints there).
Right now, indeed. However, since the problems occured rather
spontaneously, maybe they come back later. Let's hope the best. :-)
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Re: [tdf-moderators] Re: Instructions on how to unsubscribe · Florian Effenberger
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