Mike Engelhart (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wed, 07 Apr 1999 06:57:56 -0500
At least make it "[YDG]" - we can all extrapolate that into
[yellowdog-general] can't we??
>From: "David A. Brown" <email@example.com>
>To: ydl <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: [yellowdog-general] Re: Maillist
>Date: Tue, Apr 6, 1999, 8:39 PM
>>> If this isn't possible (if not, can you really call yourself a Linux
>>> Company? ;), then perhaps (like this is gonna happen ;), by convention, we
>>> need to indicate in all our subjects that the message relates to the
>>> YDLGeneral Mailling list.
>>I disagree. There's no need to indicate the origination of a message in the
>>Subject heading - I would rather that was used to describe the content of the
>>Surely, you are using a emailer with Rules processing for filtering messages
>>according to the TCP headers?
> I'm afraid that I'm inclined to agree with Craig... This same subject has
> been discussed "ad nauseum" on other lists - especially when linuxppc split
> into numerous segments. Subject space is tight enough without the added
> noise (and redundant information) of the list name yet again. (I count 3
> instances in the normal header alone - not including the subject field and
> the routing info...) Please, let rules/filters handle the movement into
> folders using the information in the headers.
> Just my two cents...
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