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Le 2011-06-24 08:05, Florian Effenberger a écrit :

thanks everyone for the information. So, of course, I do see the issue, and of course, every region needs to redefine their target audience and thus the naming of the lists and sites. For the American continent this might be totally different compared to the (in comparison rather small) Bavarian state. :-)

My point was that I would like to avoid a too heavy cluttering, because people just "feel" they need their own namespace, so to say. I do not want to end up with hundreds of dead lists that were tried out, but sadly...

So, if there is a real interest and you believe renaming the list or setting up another one makes sense, I am of course happy to help. I am not objecting to the work. :-) I just want to make sure we think about what it brings, and about the negative impact as well. Some sort of concept makes sense - like to you want to have a Canadian list next to a French Canadian list (even worse for Switzerland with ther various languages)... you get the point. :-)

drew wrote on 2011-06-21 15.49:

Also - there is no request at this point for the change - the only thing
that came of that meeting as an action item for me to check on the
difficulty of making such a change. From my POV that is now fulfilled
and the results have been, obviously, reported back to the group.

So, if you after thorough thinking believe a change makes sense, I'm happy to do so, of course. :)


We'll take it up during another NA Community meeting again and see if there is consensus, if not, then no change.

How does this sound?



Marc Paré

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