[Foundation-l] How to kill a mailing list

Fred Bauder fredbaud at fairpoint.net
Wed Mar 17 16:32:58 UTC 2010

What I mean is that there are specialized forums both on and off wiki. We
used to discuss individual users and their behavior here. Now that would
be on a Noticeboard or a request for arbitration, and yes on a private
list. This list just doesn't handle everything anymore.


> On Wed, Mar 17, 2010 at 9:14 AM, Fred Bauder <fredbaud at fairpoint.net>
> wrote:
>> Bottom line, serious discussions have moved elsewhere. Progress, I
>> guess,
>> discussions here never seemed to lead anywhere. Just round and round.
> Where have the discussions moved?  I assume you're talking about a
> private
> list?  Any possibility of having such a list which is read-only to the
> general community?
> I don't think it's progress to take all the serious discussions out of
> the
> view of the community.  If the general quality of the discussions has
> increased, that's great, but you agree that it'd be even better if you
> could
> increase the quality while also maintaining the openness, right?
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