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Re: FW: Tim Bray "Let's Move XML-DEV"

Re:  FW: Tim Bray "Let's Move XML-DEV"
On Wed, 12 Mar 2003 15:51:35 -0500, Karl Best <karl.best@o...> 

BTW, I should have copied Karl Best on the messages I forwarded from Tim 
and Lauren.  I thought about it but was basically feeling too 
lazy/otherwise occupied to look up his address, and I apologize!

> If this level of attention and resource isn't sufficient for what all of 
> you are expecting then it may be a good idea for you to see who else may 
> be able to give it high priority. I'm not chasing you away, just letting 
> you know that we can't provide the world for you.

The major complaint seems to be about the software used to run/archive the 
list.  I wonder if OASIS runs other mailing lists on this software?  If so, 
is xml-dev the only group that complains?  If not, might it be 
possible/economically feasible to move xml-dev to another system?

In my humble and not-speaking-from-real-experience opinion, it should be 
possible to run a mailing list such as this without much human 
intervention, given modern software. 


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