Ask Bjoern Hansen wrote: > On Wed, 26 Jul 2000, John Porter wrote: > > > Or p6-culture. > > > > Btw, there's a pattern in the naming of the lists, nicht wahr? > > > > p6-* : lists for the makers of Perl6. > > > > perl6-* : lists for the users of Perl6. > > > > Thus > > p6-announce : announcements of new elists or RFCs, etc. > > > > perl6-announce : announcements of new versions of Perl6 > > or adjuncts thereto > > That seems way too obscure to me. > > If we are prefixing the names in the first place (which might make > sense) then I'm sure most of us type "perl" in not many more > milliseconds than we type "p". Not motivated by temporal frugality. There simply ought to be a pattern, a system. Like perl6-* : lists for the makers of perl6 perl-* : lists for the users of perl. or whatever. No? Having a system like this is far less obscure than having no system at all, so that Joe Webhax0r doesn't innocently think p6p is Just Another Place To Charbroil Perl Newbies. -- John Porter Aus tiefem Traum bin ich erwacht.