[maemo-community] Deprecate the maemo-community list?

From: penguinbait matthew at penguinbait.com
Date: Fri Jan 15 22:55:34 EET 2010
Maybe my aversion to mailing lists is because I never no where I am 
supposed to put my comments...

I personally think suggesting a person recap the week in maemo is 
ridiculous, maybe that is why nobody responded to it.  If there is a 
technical way to link the two, so all posts on TMO in community get to 
the community-mailing list and vice versa, and people can respond to 
either from either, I would be happy.

Is there an actual technical solution that can be implemented to achieve 
this?  If so what is it, and what needs to happen?  Leaving things 
fragmented is not an option.


I hate emacs

On 01/15/2010 03:41 PM, Jac Kersing wrote:
> On Sat, 16 Jan 2010, Sebastian 'CrashandDie' Lauwers wrote:
>> In much the same manner, stating that "one shall never change his
>> ways" is not any better than "one who demands for the mailing list to
>> be closed". Neither positions are listening to the other members'
>> opinion.
> Sebastian, Thank you.
>> I would also like to point out that even though I tried to offer one
>> of the very few alternative options that have been raised during the
>> beginning of this thread (Jaffa's Maemo Weekly Summary of what
>> happened across the whole of the community, all media alike), no-one
>> responded to it (and if you did, my apologies for not noticing).
> It seems to me the suggestion to couple the forum and this list would 
> work. Automated coupling, nothing manual. Every new subject on the 
> list is a new forum thread and every new posting on the forum a new 
> message on the list.
> That would solve the issues with the information on the list not being 
> easy accesible and the list users can access the information in their 
> inbox like they prefer.
>> Maybe Randall was right with what he stated on tmo: Have we come to a
>> point where we are looking for reasons to argue rather than looking
>> for solutions?
> In a way the forum versus list issue is like vi versus emacs. Neither 
> party will admit the merrits of the other solution and in the end both 
> lose.
> Best regards,
> Jac
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