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Uri Guttman
July 24, 2000 13:37
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>>>>> "GB" == Graham Barr <> writes:

  GB> On Mon, Jul 24, 2000 at 01:29:25PM -0400, Joshua Pritikin wrote:
  >> > Why make the general list read only?
  >> Because it'll be too high volume for anyone to follow unless they are
  >> clinically insanity, in which case I wouldn't want to read their posts
  >> anyway.
  >> More seriously, why can't someone reading the "everything" list just
  >> respond to messages in the proper forum?

  GB> Well they would need to, otherwise thier message my just not be read
  GB> by those who matter.

and remember the point i made, reply-to in mail from the general read
only list is set to the list that generated the message. so a normal
reply WILL go to the correct list. this is a way to lurk on all the
entire perl6 set of lists and keep the threads in the proper list.


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