Re: Thinking about (mis)use of -private
On Mon, Apr 04, 2005 at 03:43:13PM -0400, Stephen Frost wrote:
> * Daniel Ruoso (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> > On the other side, d-d-a is a list which has a very low traffic, and
> > certainly almost every developer see the posts in d-d-a, but... not
> > every email that intends to reach all developers is appropriate to d-d-a
> > since it's not allways an announce.
> > So, thinking about all of this, I have a question...
> > Isn't a public mailing list (with public logs), but moderated to
> > @debian.org posters, a possible solution to the current misuse of
> > debian-private?
> No, that's d-d-a, just get around the name issue (ie: ignore it/get over
> it/whatever) and use it, just don't abuse it.
But there's arguably a lot of non-developers subscribed to d-d-a as well...