Florian Effenberger wrote (26-10-11 16:45)
Friedrich Strohmaier wrote on 2011-10-26 00:59:
No, it definitely doesn't brake lists! Posters who choose one of those
broken clients (regarding mailing list usage) will have to fiddle with
reply-to all and mangling the posters address - their problem.
Sounds reasonable, but the question is ... at what cost ;-)
at least once a week, I even get mislead mails from one of our admins,
who I think of being technically very experienced. The admin lists
doesn't have reply-to mangling, and lots of content is missing on the
list, because people always reply to me directly. Especially our admins
have been bugging me to turn on reply-to-mangling on that list... weird
I have seen users of mutt, Google Mail and a few other mail clients
I vote for all lists, because the above is valid for all of them. But
well, I admit as long as we lead unexperienced users looking for support
on a mailing list (which I consider not beeing a good solution), we
should think about making that one an exception (and thus making life
harder for those *giving* support).
Maybe it is changing one bad for the other ...?
My take would be to use one of the more prominent lists to try out the
results - preferably users@, or in case we want to exclude that list,
something like discuss@ could be a good starter.
In case pure chaos arises, we need to rethink the strategy, in case
things work out well, we might adapt that for other lists.
What do you think?
Yes, let's try how it works. with discuss@ .. what does it deliver and
what does it take?
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