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From "Andrew C. Oliver" <acoli...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Subtle barriers to entry
Date Mon, 04 Nov 2002 22:16:14 GMT
So just use gmane.org or pier's new nifty news.betaversion.org onces its 
off his DSL (somehow I don't think he wants everyone using it just yet 
;-) ...but Pier is weird so maybe he does ;-) )

Henri Yandell wrote:

>On Mon, 4 Nov 2002, Rodent of Unusual Size wrote:
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>>Chuck Murcko wrote:
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>>>I've noticed in looking around the Apache sites that there's a lot of
>>>inconsistency in providing links (usually in the sidebars) where people
>>>can get on the mailing lists.
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>>since i answer the asf email, this is something that has bugged
>>the crap out of me, and about which i have complained several
>>times to no avail.
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>>there is no canonical <project>/mailing-lists.html location to which
>>i can point people for j random project, so i have to tell them
>>to search the project site for the info.  that sucks.
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>The mail archives also seem to be a joke. They lack a common look and
>feel, sometimes they don't cover certain mail lists and other times they
>just feel like poor quality user interfaces.
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>>From my point of view, the mail server [ezmlm I think] seems to be a lot
>more cryptic than the mail server I administer [mailman] so I keep wanting
>to find the web-interface to my mail list, and then discovering I have to
>use this cryptic set of commands to the mail server, which I routinely
>forget :) I'm sure it'll turn out that ezmlm is more powerful etc, and I'm
>not wanting to start a religious war, just my AOLuserness.
>
>Hen
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