[BALUG-Admin] 2nd BALUG Email Announcement on High Volume Lists?
Mon Feb 11 18:18:33 PST 2008
So far no howls of pain that I know of. But I do agree that that if they
happen we should take them seriously.
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[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of jim stockford
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2008 6:18 PM
To: Michael Paoli
Subject: Re: [BALUG-Admin] 2nd BALUG Email Announcement on High Volume
michael's observations make sense to me
(speaking as a balug supporter in this case).
seems to me important to keep a record of
responses if you test the waters by sending
any howls of pain should be taken seriously.
On Feb 11, 2008, at 5:55 PM, Michael Paoli wrote:
> A) know your audience/list. I'd think that's probably fine for SF-LUG.
> I don't know the lists of the others well enough to specifically
> comment on those.
> B) "reminder" - particularly to other than BALUG list(s) is probably
> better appreciated and/or tolerated if it's short and sweet - e.g.
> can be a very short mention and include a URL to a) the BALUG URL
> where the information is readily viewable and/or b) URL to the
> previous publicly archived message that was sent to that
> Anyway, just my guestimates/perspective. Any specific feedback from
> other lists/forums may be a more useful guide.
> Quoting Andrew Fife <email@example.com>:
>> Hi BALUG Volunteers:
>> What do you guys think about making a 2nd BALUG announcement that
>> folks of Bruce Peren's talk next week on high volume LUG lists in the
>> area? Specifically, I am thinking that the talk lists of ACCU, SVLUG,
>> SFLUG and BayPiggies are high enough volume that a reminder may be
>> seen as
>> helpful (or at a minimum not bother folks). Does anyone else have any
>> input here?
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