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dda headspin@REDACTED
Wed Aug 30 19:35:18 CEST 2006

Like you I consider myself a newcomer, and appreciate the wealth of
information. And by using GMail I get threads and a search engine,
which helps a lot my browsing [or dismissing] of discussions. Just
because I have mail doesn't mean I am going to read it... at least on
the spot. OTOH, forums don't work for me, never have, never will.

As for being offended by using a reliable solution by Google or Yahoo!
I don't get it [and let's not start arguing this...]. But that's
probably just me. I just hope one or more lists will be kept because
I'd hate to loose such a good resource as erlang-questions.


On 8/30/06, ke han <ke.han@REDACTED> wrote:
> On Aug 31, 2006, at 12:05 AM, dda wrote:
> > The Ruby-Talk list has daily the weekly traffic of this list, if not
> > more, and they're nowhere near explosion. Their archives browser is
> > ugly though... :-)
> yes, there are lots of lists that dwarf the traffic of this one that
> don't segment and are very useful communities.  But if _not_
> providing a way to appease people that are bothered by the high/
> unsegmented traffic would lessen their involvement, then we need a
> solution.  Maillists are the lowest common denominator and a default
> choice but if trapexit has worked through its bootstrapping issues
> and is ready to support us, it sounds fine.  As to the google option,
> the user interface is just right IMO, but if it would offend some to
> go with a big name host, lets not fragment the group...that would be
> the worst thing that could happen.
> Just a few cents from someone who still considers himself an erlang
> noob and needs a solid community to count on.
> ke han

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