| From: Dave Pawson <dave.paw...@gmail.com>
| On 21 February 2018 at 21:57, D. Hugh Redelmeier <h...@mimosa.com> wrote:
| > Lots of folks prefer Forum-style interaction rather than email lists.
| > Hyperkitty, if it worked, could make a mailing list act like a forum
| > for those who want that.
| And for those who prefer email lists Hugh?
| Should we back off an align with your preferences?
| I don't think you have made a case.
I'm sorry that I wasn't clear. I hope an upgrade to Hyperkitty would let
those who prefer mailing lists continue to use the mailing list, and those
who prefer a forum to use the forum-like interface to the very same list.
The messages would NOT be partitioned into forum messages and mailing list
I've seen communities split by this kind of thing. Avoiding a split
is a Good Thing.
The current Hyperkitty is very frustrating because the most important
part of the list is absent: replies. This limitation isn't made plain
to the reader. Nor is a way of getting around it (except downloading
and parsing an archive).
PS: I know that I'm a newbie here. Noisy newbies can be annoying
until they are acculturated. On the other hand newbies have fresh
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