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drew 04 dicembre 2010 01.13:

thanks for sharing. I see the concerns. Then I would propose one private
list for marketing in general, and avoid the distinction we had over at
OOo with marcon@ and pr@ - I guess one closed list is enough, and we
should make everything public that's possible. People usually tend to
send everything to the private list, which is bad. :-)

Production of a PR is one good example of why I'd say.

I think that one private list for marketing is enough. Most of the discussions happening in private lists @ OOo could be easily managed in a public list, apart from PRs (which were limited to product releases).

As for the problem of over use of the private list, seems to me that is
best handled, again. by convention _and_ someone being willing to
actually enforce the convention - meaning simply, if they see topics
being posted to the private list, that they feel should be public, they
politely ask the poster to move it over. A happy task for the list
moderator perhaps :-?

Being the moderator of the marketing list, and volunteering as the moderator of the private list, I can definitely handle the task.

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