drew wrote on 2011-06-20 22.09:
Well, it seems to me that the action item I had from May was to explore
how much work (or of a hassle) this would be.
From Florian's responses I would say - a good bit.
That and given the fact there really does not seem to be consensus on
this at the moment I propose we table the idea till the next meeting.
Right now there are other more pressing uses of our time and energies,
it requires a few hours of time for me, but that wouldn't be the
problem. I am just curious to hear the reasons. We discussed rather
lenghty on why to have "us". I see you feel a need, but how do we
organize things? How can we avoid having splitted mailing lists? I don't
want to end up with, based on the German example, having "de",
"bavaria", "allgaeu" and "schwaben", where two of these will vanish some
day, and all is just cluttered.
If there is a compelling reason, I am happy to do the change, but still
I do not understand why "northamerican" is so much better than "us". Or,
why did you then want to have a specific "us" list in the beginning?
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