Splitting the lists?

Glen Pfeiffer glen at thepfeiffers.net
Tue Jan 11 20:13:39 GMT 2011

On 11 Jan 2011, Ethan Schoonover wrote:
> Having thought about it some more, I think you're right that 
> having two lists isn't a good idea (unless nested as above). 
> The overlap between what is "development" and "use" in this 
> case is large enough that there would be information lost by 
> breaking the lists apart. It's reasonable to assume that any 
> user capable of getting offlineimap up and running can filter 
> out messages, so +1 unified list.

In mailman, this would be best served by the "Topics" feature. As 
a subscriber you can choose which topics to subscribe to.

Does anyone have any experience with this?

Do you think the list maintainers would be willing to help set 
that up?


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