[Linux-aus] please move technical support issues to another list

David Ward david at dward.us
Sat Jun 11 00:29:14 AEST 2022


I can both sites of the argument. I don't think an emotional response 
from anyone was needed though.

One thing is for certain, it has created more dialogue than we've seen 
on this list for a long time 😄

On 10/6/22 08:44, Colin Fee via linux-aus wrote:
> On Fri, 10 Jun 2022 at 07:32, Noel Butler via linux-aus 
> <linux-aus at lists.linux.org.au> wrote:
>     lets all sign up to all linux aus's lists, then try remember which
>     one is on or off topic for what... heck... it wont be that hard
>     really since the lists get about 10 posts a year....
>     jesus... if one objects to a topic - ignore the F'in thing.... its
>     not like this is a high traffic list - which is when it would
>     matter sp tech stuff doesnt get lost in noise, but on such a low
>     traffic list like this, so low i'm sure most of us forget we are
>     on it, it doesnt matter, now I dont and wont speak for the
>     majority, but i'd be surprised if the silent majority disagreed.
>     -- 
>     Regards,
>     Noel Butler
> I guess I was one of the silent majority and I didn't agree with the 
> sentiment. I've worked in IT for over 26 years now and one thing I 
> tell most folks about email is that one, it's not instant messaging, 
> and two, there's no compulsion to read all messages.
> -- 
> Colin Fee
> tfeccles at gmail.com
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