A small suggestion:
if you can keep the subject line as:
Hindi: Sharing insights...*
format then from the first word gives idea about the language.
On 10 December 2011 21:57, Theo10011 <de10...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 10, 2011 at 9:46 PM, Srikanth Ramakrishnan <
> parakara.gh...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Ermm, Theo, my Google Mail shows them up as separate. Infact any mail
>> service or client would. The title thread itself is different. I don't
>> want to derail the topic. Nice work Shiju, but why did you speak only
>> to one person? Lack of participants? Noone willing to talk to you?
> Actually no. I didn't say they don't show up as different, I said the
> subject-line or "title" in your description is nearly identical,
> discussions are hard to separate and recognize, especially when there are
> 12 emails with nearly identical title. The actual mention of the language
> is not in the first 70 characters, so they end up looking identical.
> Have a look at the mail archive for this month and the last sorted by
> author and see the mails from Shiju. They all start as "Sharing insights
> and experiences from Indian language wiki communities" Followed by the
> language name, which is towards then end and not displayed by gmail and
> most client. The first mention of the language is after 70 character
> spaces, which is usually too long for most clients including gmail to
> render in the inbox itself.
> Here's November
> Here's December.
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