That's right! I also think diversity of topics is a good approach for this
list by now.
Perhaps, we should only take care to keep in synch the message contents with
the subject threads.
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> To: Edward Cherlin
> Cc: Education; OLPC Research; Carl-Daniel Hailfinger; OLPC Devel
> Subject: [Its.an.education.project] What this list is about
> Edward Cherlin wrote:
> > 2008/5/9 Alan Kay <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> >> We are now several dimensions off topic ...
> > The Research mailing list is available for such discussions.
> I've expressed in the past my opinion of what I thought we
> should and shouldn't be discussing on the i.a.e.p. list.
> After seeing a few days of activity, I now have a very different
> view: not only I don't mind if people discuss very diverse
> topics, I think it's a healthy thing.
> Now I see how being an "interdisciplinary" group creates lots
> opportunities for learning from each other and create a
> closer collaboration.
> The usual argument of how there would be too much traffic or
> such a low signal to noise ratio is moot: by skipping the
> threads I don't care about, I don't waste *any* time on them.
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