[Stackless] About submissions to this list
rcoops at gmail.com
Tue Aug 9 16:27:08 CEST 2011
There is one issue... and that is that what for you or me might seem like an
unrelated subject for the author there clearly is a link between the subject
and the body of the message. Though correcting the subject might not be a
bad plan rejecting the message might frustrate some of the mailing list
I would suggest informing the author that the subject and the body seem
unrelated and suggest a correction, rather then an outright reject.
Looking at the volume of the message on this list it cannot be a huge amount
of work to filter out the messages that do not meet the criteria and to
suggest a better subject. It would be a much friendlier way of dealing with
the seemingly unrelated subject and body messages.
On Tue, Aug 9, 2011 at 4:18 PM, Christian Tismer <tismer at stackless.com>wrote:
> Hi friends,
> most of the time, the subject line of a submission to the list
> makes sense. But in some cases, people start a discussion,
> referring to a subject like
> Stackless Digest, Vol 90, Issue 3
> which makes very little sense.
> I even saw myself responding to such a subject without changing the
> subject to something useful.
> Today I was looking for a forgotten patch to an error reported and could
> not find it for quite a while, which was probably also the reason
> why nobody checked it in (including myself).
> I would like to encourage everybody to write useful subject lines!
> To avoid especially the un-edited replies to digests, I'm even
> considering to reject such posts via Mailman. Does that make sense?
> Please let me know your opinion.
> ciao - chris
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