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From Joerg Heinicke <>
Subject Re: [RT] seven good reasons to close down users <at>
Date Tue, 04 Oct 2005 09:07:15 GMT
Niclas Hedhman <niclas <at>> writes:

> I am also against "user" list. It has a degenerating tone to it, and the
> fact that many developers are not subscribed to user <at>  seems to promote
> that notion further.

Nah! I don't think that's true. This has nothing to do with a bad tone. It's 
just Apache style to start as user. Cocoon should not start to break ranks.

>   1. Rename the list "support <at> " or some similarly positive term.

This does not lead to anything. I even have a more negative touch from this 
word than with "users". It completely decouples from the community aspect and 
leads to a more commercial tendency: Asking for support. This will lead fast 
to questions like "My I ask this or that on this list?" as the user community 
aspect is not matched by the name.


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