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From M.H.G.Emme...@DNB.NL
Subject Re: Why an email list, and not a forum?
Date Fri, 24 Sep 2010 05:48:09 GMT

I agree. A forum would be more practical.
It is much easier reading all postings on a topic.
I find myself clearing my "tomcat users list inbox" every morning, while on
forums I visit I check out the new or updated topics.
The forums these days let you subscribe to topics or complete forums and
send you a notification when a new topic gets started or updated.

regards, Milko

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Just a thought: Why is this support taking place in an email list, instead
aof a web based forum?

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