Re: [dnsext] Progress on moving the mailing list

Edward Lewis <Ed.Lewis@neustar.biz> Fri, 01 October 2010 17:58 UTC

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Date: Fri, 1 Oct 2010 13:53:32 -0400
To: Andrew Sullivan <ajs@shinkuro.com>
From: Edward Lewis <Ed.Lewis@neustar.biz>
Subject: Re: [dnsext] Progress on moving the mailing list
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At 13:06 -0400 10/1/10, Andrew Sullivan wrote:

>Would it be acceptable to have a namedroppers@ietf.org alias, or is it

Why over engineer?  What's wrong with the current set up?

More appropriately, what current problem would a new set up solve? 
(Meaning, we have a lot of run-on threads, but that's not the problem 
caused by the mail list name.)

I'm not overly wedded to or sentimental about the name "namedroppers" 
but why change from it?   OTOH, I would get a chance to update my 
mail filters.  Joy.
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