Heavy mailing list ...
Aaron J Reichow
reic0024 at d.umn.edu
Tue Apr 8 21:24:03 UTC 2003
You can get the Squeak-dev list via Usenet as well. I don't remember the
details right now, but check <http://www.squeakfoundation.org/>.
I am tihnking about switching to this too- the list is getting pretty
heavy. Not that I'm complaining- the traffic has increased since I've
joined a few years ago, and the increase definately appears to be an
increase in interest and work, not just more rubbish.
Aaron Reichow :: UMD ACM Pres :: http://www.d.umn.edu/~reic0024/
"the question is no longer between violence and non-violence; It is
between non-violence and non-existence." :: martin luther king junior
On Tue, 8 Apr 2003, Phil Jones wrote:
> On Tue, 8 Apr 2003, Michael van der Gulik wrote:
> > Actually, it would be nice to have a seperate mailing list such as
> > "squeak-announce", where this sort of monthly report is sent. I don't
> > know about other people, but I'm finding squeak-dev a bit too much. 200
> > unread emails... *phew*.
> Aren't there any threaded archives of this mailing list? Or online
> discussion forums?
> Also, does anyone have any ideas why all the discussion happens
> here and not on, say, SWiki? Is it that most people like their mail client
> more than their Swiki client? Or is it that once momentum has built up
> here it's difficult to move the community elsewhere?
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