On Sat, 15 May 2010, Jaime Casanova wrote:

On Fri, May 14, 2010 at 8:39 AM, Marc G. Fournier <scra...@hub.org> wrote:

And IMHO, that is as much a fault of the 'old timers' on the lists as the
newbies ... if nobody redirects / loosely enforces the mandates of the
various lists, newbies aren't going to learn to post to more appropriate
ones ...

oh! yeah! that's easy... you say: hey maybe that list is better for
your question... and suddenly you're a piece of crap that should never
answer a mail

most people are not prepared to understand the concept of more than
one list for project...

Apparently you don't use very many large projects ... FreeBSD has 20+ lists, dedicated to various aspects of both end user and developer ... I imagine Linux has *as many if not more* ... MySQL, if memory servers, has a half dozen or more ... etc ...

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