On Fri, May 14, 2010 at 11:50 PM, Rob Wultsch <wult...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Linux has *as many if not more* ... MySQL, if memory servers, has a half
>> dozen or more ... etc ...
> MySQL has a bunch of lists, none of which get much traffic. Honestly,
> they should probably be combined.
> --
> Rob Wultsch

"They" was referring to the various low traffic MySQL lists which in
my opinion does not work. As far as Linux, when I briefly subscribed
to the kernel mailing list there was such a volume of traffic that it
was difficult to manage as a noob.

I do not have an opinion about PG. I think that those two examples
could be seen as how not to run email lists effectively.

Rob Wultsch

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