[OSM-talk] [OSM-dev] JOSM Duplicate Way Plugin
graham at theseamans.net
Tue Jul 31 11:47:57 BST 2007
Brent Easton wrote:
> Hi Ulf,
> Thanks for the brief explanation. I suspected as much - the techo's in charge of the facility not really giving a fig about what the users actually need.
With this kind of collaborative project I don't think it's helpful to
try to create a division between 'techos in charge' and 'users'. Most
people have some elements of both, and most so-called 'users' are quite
capable of becoming 'techos' if they wish.
PS for what it's worth, I agree with you about the list reply policy,
but at least I can see there's arguments on both sides.
> Sorry about bringing it up, I will butt out now.
> PS. This sort of things makes me really nervous about the quality of the technical decisions that are being made on things that really matter!
> *********** REPLY SEPARATOR ***********
> On 31/07/2007 at 8:56 AM Ulf Lamping wrote:
>> Raphael Studer schrieb:
>>>> PS. PLEASE can someone change the reply-to address of the talk mailing
>> lists to the group, not the sender.....
>>> About two weeks ago, there was a huge discussion about this. With the
>>> result, that modern eMail clients have "Replay to all" buttons.
>> No, there was no real result at all.
>> The sysadmin thinks that "reply-to" is a bad idea, some (hard-core
>> unix/linux) people have the same meaning and then there was a huge
>> discussion with a lot of mailing list users thinking differently. So the
>> sysadmin still thinks he's right and there are still a lot of people
>> unhappy and complaining about it.
>> I wouldn't call this a good result ...
>> Regards, ULFL
>> P.S: Please don't refresh the whole discussion again, as we won't
>> convince the admin!
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