Subject: Re: A release-users list
To: Jeremy C. Reed <email@example.com>
From: Greywolf <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/16/2001 11:16:03
The only thing that concerns me about this is the possible divergence
of release-* over time, as well as the then-continuing need to subscribe
to yet more mailing lists.
I can't help but wonder if release-users should be a subset of current-users
in order to catch the widest audience, as it seems to me that most sub-
scribers to -current would also be interested in the various release
checkpoints (I know for certain that I am one such creature).
i.e. if you subscribe to current-users, you will get release-users as
well, but if you subscribe to release-users, you won't get bombarded
with -current issues.
Merely a thought, and one hopefully not too far off base.
On Wed, 16 May 2001, Jeremy C. Reed wrote:
# I could see that having a release-users list would be a good idea. The
# list description needs to be clear.
# > (One could further and have specific release branch lists: a 1-4-users
# > list and a 1-5-users list (and even a 1-3-users list)).
# That seems better than just release-users because it is more focused. But
# over time, you'd have numerous of these lists. Since the lists seem low
# traffic anyways, starting with just one list should be fine.
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