It's not just you; the Wiki Travel Guide emails are also appearing in multiple 
email threads for me. And they're all over the place in the archive:

Might be an issue with the list settings?

P.S. This project sounds great to me, clearly in-scope for a Wikimedia project.

On 11 Apr 2012, at 20:32, Anirudh Bhati wrote:

> Hello,
> Is it just me or are we all getting email responses out of the original
> threads?
> Best
> On Thu, Apr 12, 2012 at 1:00 AM, James Heilman <> wrote:
>> @Yaroslov
>> 1) A merger within a WMF project  is supported by admins from both WT and
>> WV. WV is going to be meeting on the possibility of merging June 9th in
>> Germany
>> 2) Wikimedia's mission is to provide freely available educational content I
>> am not sure which "WMF principles" you do not see such a site as being
>> compatible with? You mention that a good travel guide selects information.
>> A good encyclopedia sections information as well. I am not sure why we
>> would encounter any differences? We deal with spam here on Wikipedia all
>> the time.
>> 2a) Not catering to a specific audience is one of the criticisms of
>> Wikipedia. The proposed travel guide would write for a general audience.
>> Wikipedia has written for a general audience with some success.
>> --
>> James Heilman
>> MD, CCFP-EM, Wikipedian
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