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Just a lone voice, but as Tom pointed out, I am only on this list, and
not on either the discuss or announce lists.

Now, I don't really have much interest in the Conference, so Tom
posting that here doesn't affect me much, but equally I certainly don't
mind him posting that here.

I'm a user, on the users list, and some of the discussions on this list
that are considered "off-topic" do interest me, and I feel should be
brought out into the open, even if they're not purely about helping
other users with problems.

Any users that post to the list with questions get answers fairly
regularly and fairly promptly, so I don't see that this list is in any
way failing in its purpose. And I don't see that some extra cross-talk
on the list can be in any way detrimental. To the contrary, better that
than than an empty, silent ghost-list, like some I've seen. You can
almost hear the tumbleweed blowing about in those lists. I think the
community here is helpful, friendly and lively, and one of the best
mailing lists I've ever been on, so I for one consider it unnecessary
to stay focused purely on support issues.

Just my thoughts.


On Thu, 14 Aug 2014 09:58:50 +0200
Sophie <> wrote:

Le 14/08/2014 09:53, Tom Davies a écrit :
Hi :)
People on this mailing list might not be on any other list.

People who ARE on the discuss list are quite likely to already be
on the announce list and probably quite a few others.

You are guessing at the risk to annoy users who are not interested by
other things than help. This list has a high traffic (and get more and
more) and should be kept on topic to stay efficient for readers and
get its archive clean to search in it. Thanks!

Kind regards

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