chrisribe at gmail.com
Wed Feb 18 06:17:58 UTC 2009
++ this. I silently "left" this list months ago ( after making an ass of
myself by being rude to Brad, which may or may not be ironic, depending on
your irony standards), but I can still search the full, up to date, list
archives from my gmail account. Of course, the mythtv archives are using
up more than 15% of my alloted gmail space, so I couldn't use this tactic
for too many high volume mailing lists.
FYI, one of the great things about "leaving" the list is that you can top
post whenever you feel like it.
On Tue, Feb 17, 2009 at 4:39 PM, Allen Edwards <allen.p.edwards at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Maybe I'm off base and mailing lists should be able to scale indefinitely,
>> but personally I find it hard to follow items of interest among so many
> Gmail is nice. Filter these messages into a folder. All the replies show
> up in a single line. Scan the subjects and the first line without having to
> open the message and star the ones you want to follow. Then open the stared
> ones and mark the rest read.
> When you have a new question to ask, use gmails fantastic search to see if
> has already been discussed. After a few months, you can easily search back
> far enough to avoid asking a recently discussed questions.
> That points out why it is important to get the subject line correct. And
> way everyone has sympathy for some new poster who says "Help me please" in
> the subject. We were all there once. I still am occasionally.
> mythtv-users mailing list
> mythtv-users at mythtv.org
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