I don't think it's a very good idea.  I think that crossposting in mailing 
list such as php-dev and php-qa makes perfect sense, because of the 
significant (yet far from 100%) overlap between the two lists.  You could 
just get your filters to filter out duplicate letters (there's a good 
procmail recipe for doing that automatically).


At 13:46 4/4/2001, Hellekin O. Wolf wrote:
>At 00:54 04/04/2001 +0200, Hartmut Holzgraefe wrote:
>> > Please stop crossposting to the PHP-DEV and the PHP-QA mailing list. Most
>> > people interesting in this theme are reading both. And so it is really
>> > annoying to get everything twice.
>>a bad idea IMHO as long as the topic is related to both lists as
>>this will break the thread in the archives for one of the lists
>>Hartmut Holzgraefe  [EMAIL PROTECTED]  http://www.six.de +49-711-99091-77
>*** np,
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