Re: ddtp: new notifications mails, opt-in or opt-out?
On Sat, 6 Oct 2001, Sebastian Rittau wrote:
> On Sat, Oct 06, 2001 at 02:53:17PM +0200, Wichert Akkerman wrote:
> > Browse the archives and count the number of people who were in favour
> > of opt-in or no messages at all and compare that with the other people
> > people who were in favour of opt-in.
> Why should people (like me) who favor opt-out over opt-in have raised
> their voice? It was opt-out before, so why should we complain? Actually,
> I don't see that a consensus for opt-in was reached; there were only a
> few people complaining (very loudly) about the former opt-out scheme. I
> don't think that these few people are enough to define a consensus.
Are we nearly done?
Subject: NOTIFICATION email@example.com +all
lotsa typing. Heck, it's even less, you usually don't have to type the
word "Subject" itself.
grisu, you're the coder. Whether it's opt-out or opt-in is irrelevant,
since there's not much work to be done. debian-private is opt-out as well,
yet I see nobody complain about this. Pick something and be done with it.
We don't need a *new* flamewar on the subject, and we most certainly don't
need a GR on it. If you, grisu, think that opt-out is better than opt-in,
then assume that all people currently in your database have already chosen
(so they'll have to opt-in, big deal) but make the default opt-out.
Go do something productive.
wouter dot verhelst at advalvas in Belgium
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