Splitting the lists?

Ng Oon-Ee ngoonee at gmail.com
Tue Jan 11 23:15:15 GMT 2011

On Tue, 2011-01-11 at 18:42 +0100, Nicolas Sebrecht wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 10, 2011 at 05:17:09PM -0500, Philippe LeCavalier wrote:
> > 
> > As a user, 90% of what's posted here makes no sense to me and is of
> > little value. Do we need to separate users from devs? If I take my
> > own posts as an example I get about a 50/50 chance of being replied
> > to. I attribute that in part by the abundance of dev posts.
> > 
> > This isn't a complaint by any means. I love seeing so much work on
> > this project but at the same time we must maintain an efficient
> > method for resolving end-user problems and concerns.
> Then, you could safely filter out threads having the tag PATCH in the
> subject. Another option is to not subscribe to the mailing list.
> Subscription is not a prerequisite to post here.
> This mailing list is primaly meant for the development work. I'd like to
> avoid a seperated users mailing list to keep users and developers as
> near as possible, each other.
Filtering is the best option I think. Perhaps an additional line at the
bottom of the list footer saying:-

Please filter for the tag [PATCH] if you do not want to receive

would help?

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