From: Paul Sladen (vserver_at_paul.sladen.org)
Date: Mon 09 Aug 2004 - 09:22:57 BST
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On Mon, 9 Aug 2004, Jon Bendtsen wrote:
> Den 9. aug 2004, kl. 7:21, skrev Sam Vilain:
> > Warren Togami wrote:
> >> Can you please do something about the spam on the list?
> On the serious side, i find it a problem as well.
<can-of-worms> ...or only allow posting from subscribers </>
Martin/Herbert. Please recognize that the spam situation is turning useful
people away. As for myself, I tend to read this mailbox about once a
fortnight now, purely because of the crap I have to step over.
Yes, I skim LKML. But with 100x the message, the S/N ratio is still high
enough to parse. I also read it in a different way---reading what I need
to. Whereas with vserver-list, I would /expect/ myself to read/parse/reply
to every email.
So, to sum up:
(1) I'm not going to unsubscribe (that would kill the archives...)
(2) Don't expect people to carry on interacting with the mailing list
[Just looking at the messages-per-day, (2) has been the case for quite a
while now. I would love to see that trend reversed ...soon]
Thank you for listening,
Is there no safe way to travel? London, GB
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