Is there any advantage at ALL to being gatewayed with e-groups besides
the automatic tossing of messages in a persistent spam-harvesting bin,
I mean besides archiving in web-readable form?
Having a list at e-groups is just plain lame, and I can't understand how
it's gotten so legitimized. It basically says "I have either no clue how
to maintain something as basic as a mailing list, or no net access that
will let me run one, or both." For a bunch of folks as clued in as FoRKers,
it's just ridiculous to put up with lame-subs and spam harvesting and
all the other facets of having an e-groups mirror! C'mon already!
Jeff Bone wrote:
> Joseph S Barrera III wrote:
> > Also sprach Joseph S Barrera III:
> > > Also sprach Jeff Bone:
> > > > We're gatewayed with e-groups, aren't we? If so, and that's how he signed up, we
> > > > can't do anything about it.
> > >
> > > Well, shit, kick him out of the e-groups list, then.
> > > This isn't rocket science, folks.
> > BTW I've now also asked Rohit and Adam for permission to main the
> > e-group fork list.
> Cool. I wasn't sure how things were set up at e-groups, IIRC there are various ways to
> set up lists there; didn't know if anybody here actually had admin rights there or not.
> > - Joe
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