[HOT] Inflationary use of the mailinglist

Jo winfixit at gmail.com
Sun Mar 26 16:36:56 UTC 2017


Your message really surprises me. MapSwipe is an app that was created by
MSF, to help save HOT's mappers time, so they can focus on mapping. I think
that's an interesting discussion thread. Not sure about the others, but the
way to read mailing lists is to look at the topics that interest you and
ignore the rest.

Polyglot

2017-03-26 18:26 GMT+02:00 Julian Haag <osm at juhaag.de>:

> Hello everyone,
>
> I am interested in information regarding HOT activations, the talk about
> real HOT problems and some news regarding HOT, so I joined this list about
> a year ago during the earthquake in Nepal. Currently I found myself
> deleting nearly 98% of the messages of this list even without reading it.
>
> It's just crazy getting dozends of emails a day on topics having nearly no
> intersection with HOT at all! e.g. "Bounding box not in iD Editor anymore"
> or currently "Mapswipe - whats happening with the data?". There are boards,
> where, in my optinion, general discussions should take place but not on a
> mailinglist. A mailinglist, thats the place where really urgend stuff
> should be discussed.
>
> Is there a HOT mailinglist that just focuses on important stuff?
>
> with annoyed greetings
>
> Julian
>
>
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