Re: [META] Use of the list for non-Debian matters
On Tue, 10 Jun 1997, John Foster wrote:
> If there is to be a new list, then perhaps a "Debian-Guru" list would
> be more appropriate.
I'd like to see debian-guru: the newbies won't be afraid that they are
joining a list with no help (everyone is already on user), and the guru's
get their low volume list since no one is on it yet (this is a vote
In the long run I don't foresee any problems, since I was on linux-newbie
for almost a year and that list was great, without the admin work I've
heard suggested before (experienced newbies helped the real newbies). If
it's not to much to ask, perhaps a debian-guru could be made and see how
I don't have any problems with the newbies asking questions here, it's
hard to tell when a question is debian or non-debian. Also subscribing to
debian-user and linux-newbie can be too much.
My apologies for adding to this debate, however, hopefully something good
can come out of it.
Brandon Mitchell E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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