Michael Haggerty <mhag...@alum.mit.edu> writes:

> I have a logistical question: git-multimail doesn't have its own mailing
> list, and GitHub doesn't offer one.  I was thinking about setting up a
> Google group, but a few people at GitMerge suggested that I instead
> direct discussion of git-multimail to the main Git mailing list.  I
> would slightly prefer that, but I would first like to make sure that the
> extra traffic (probably not much) would be welcome on the Git mailing list.

I think we shouldn't be worried about the "cluttering" too much
before we start.  If the volume is too small, the messages relating
to multimail may be drawfed by other traffic, but that is the same
for messages relating to any other parts of the system.

It only becomes a problem if the volume on multimail is too large
but most of the list readers are not interested in them. I somehow
find it hard to imagine that will happen soon.
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