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Date: Wed, 10 Jul 2002 16:26:41 -0400













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> Without trying to start a religuous war or lengthy discussion,
> i=B4d like to hear from you why you think that restricting posting
> rights to list subscribers is a bad idea.

Many GNU projects have two lists a address@hidden list and a
address@hidden  The first is often used for communication among
developers while the latter functions as a forum for users with
questions about and problems with the software.  When there is not a
address@hidden list, the address@hidden serves that
function; this is the case for Parted.  My understanding is that we do
not want to restrict postings from users who need help nor possibly
prevent them from sending bug reports.

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