[linux-audio-user] Sayonara, for now
fsmith at walescomputers.co.uk
Fri Oct 7 04:44:18 EDT 2005
This is true, and in T'bird you can set to unread.
Also you only have to follow threads that you need, or are interested in.
I have learnt a lot by following other threads I didint think were valid
at the time.
Aaron Trumm wrote:
> why do people keep quitting the list when all they have to do is create
> a folder for the list, a rule that pipes the messages to that folder,
> and then you can just paruse the list (or delete them all) whenever you
> feel like?
> On Thu, 2005-10-06 at 17:19 -0700, Mark Knecht wrote:
>>On 10/6/05, Robert Jonsson <rj at spamatica.se> wrote:
>>>being a long time LAU reader it feels a bit wierd to quit the list. Though
>>>lately the sheer volume of messages is just too much, I can't keep up. SNR
>>>has seemingly gone down a bit too, though I guess both are signs of
>>>linux-audio coming of age.
>>Before you go, please know one thing and consider another:
>>1) I value your contributions on all of the lists I've seen you on.
>>Thanks for that.
>>2) Consider a GMail account for list management only. I'll give you
>>one if you need it. I've been subscribing to the Linux-kernel list for
>>the last few weeks. Even on the heaviest days it only amounts to 30 or
>>so conversations. It's very easy to delete 100's of emails and get to
>>the stuff I want to read. I routinely get about 500 emails a day.480
>>of them go away very quickly.
>>>Before I leave I have a request concerning the two things I will miss most.
>>>- Application announcements, please make announcements to the [Announce] also
>>>so people like me can find out. I think most does, just a reminder ;)
>>>And the most important one.
>>>- I absolutely applaud the increasing posting of music/sound/noise in here
>>>lately. I will definitely miss this. I'd be very happy if people made use of
>>>the [LAM] list:
>>Didn't know about this one so I've just signed up. Thanks. See, once
>>again you're a helper.
>>>and posted their pieces there also. For people like me that need to cut down
>>>on their daily mailinglist-intake it would be a good solution.
>>>Read you later,
>>Cheers and good life,
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