> Rather than discussing technical details, this list is being used as a > user feedback forum to ensure that what is being designed (behind closed > doors and without technical discussion) will be what the "users" want. > This is just not the cbm-hackers way. In my humble opinion, of course. Toleration and self-moderation. I habitually delete some threads after a short glance at the messages, but sometimes I wonder why something is sent to the list at all. It is a difficult task, but anyone reading the list should keep an eye on what is the nature of their replies and learn to use private replies instead of sending more or less "private" dialogue to the list. Okay, enough of meta-discussion. Admittedly, replying to the sender of the message is much harder than to the list.. :-( -Pasi -- "Let her think she's running things. That way, when it's important, and you say different, by the time she gets over the shock of it, [..] it will be too late for her to badger you about changing it." -- Abell Cauthon in The Wheel of Time:"The Shadow Rising" - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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