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From: Dan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: [ihack] iopener s/n better -- keep ihack?
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of "Sat, 06 May 2000 18:19:36 EDT." <200005062219.SAA04141@panix5.panix.com>
Date: Mon, 08 May 2000 14:05:51 -0700
> The iOpener list S/N ratio has improved dramatically. Can anyone
> see any additional benefit to keeping the ihack list around? It
> seems redundant at this point.
> Esp. since a lot of messages get xposted to both lists, I'd think "no", but
> don't kill it as much as I'd just "not recommend" it anymore.
Yeah, crossposts are the vast majority of the traffic on ihack. Getting
duplicate copies of all those messages is really annoying, but as long as
there's the possibility of useful info appearing only on ihack and not on
iopener, I'll remain subscribed to both lists. Therefore, yeah, I say kill
ihack -- it was a good idea but seems unnecessary now (and presumably in the
I guess one other option would be to automatically refuse all messages with
[iopener] in the subject. The crossposts are stupid -- people who want info
from both lists should subscribe to both.
-- Dan <firstname.lastname@example.org> -- To unsubscribe: E-mail email@example.com with the text "unsubscribe ihack". Useful sites: http://iopener.home.fastolfe.net/ihack/ (List Archive) http://fastolfe.net/misc/ihack-resources.html (IHack Resources)