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Hi Marc,

Marc Paré wrote on 2012-08-06 08:12:
Perhaps we should be looking at it from another view point --> we can
most likely assume that the majority of our users have some working
knowledge, or, less knowledge of filtering emails. Users joining the
more specialized mail lists may have a little more knowledge, but, in
general, our users (IMO) have lower levels of knowledge of
working/managing email filtering systems..

thanks for that proposal, indeed! This is something we indeed could do, and I'd like to enhance the idea bit:

How about writing to all the mailing lists (global/English ones for a start), sending a short link to a poll, where all list participants could cast their vote?

I can imagine that on developer, infrastructure and other lists the suffix could be omitted, while on users and discuss lists it is more likely needed. In order to find that out, we could simply ask the subscribers.

Do you think that makes sense, or is it too much spamming?


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