Re: Cross-posting to [spox] (was: Re: [spox] Re: Hubs as entrypoints to P2P culture, was: P2P living environments)
- From: Michel Bauwens <michelsub2004 gmail.com>
- Date: Wed, 22 Apr 2009 17:11:08 +0700
[Converted from multipart/alternative]
sounds like a good idea for spox,
regarding list-en, do you want me to delete them from discussions
originating in p2presearch?
I know you said it's acceptable, but perhaps not recommended?
I made the same observation, that too many lists were being copied,
I imagine the authors like to reach both audiences
On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 12:46 AM, Stefan Merten <smerten oekonux.de> wrote:
At the moment there are some threads which are cross-posted between
several mailing lists including [ox-en] and [p2p-research]. In general
the Netiquette considers such cross-posting harmful though the
cross-posting between these two lists named above seems to be
acceptable to me at the moment.
However, cross-posting to [spox] is not so good because everyone who
is interested in these topics by now probably has subscribed to
[ox-en]. Thererfore I stopped approving cross-posts from non-speakers
to [spox] and kindly ask the speakers to consider whether
cross-posting here is really needed. Please keep in mind that speakers
are subscribed here forcefully for organizational issues and are not
expected to accept traffic of this sort.
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