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> Ok, so the announce message was approved prematurely, after
> I sent an email asking folks not to.
Still don't see any such message, which by tradition is sent well
before any post to announce.
> I sent the message asking for the message to not be approved
> to -www. Is there a better forum?
That's a good place, but another one idea is to send another message to
- -announce itself. I see those from time to time from other
people (e.g. "please don't approve the earlier message I just sent")
Josh Berkus wrote:
> Not really, and besides people approving messages to -announce should
> know not to approve a release message without checking on it. I think
> we need to find out who approved that and take them off approvals for
> -announce permanently.
Wow, overreact much? It's only a beta announcement. I approved it because
it was in the queue and there was no "please don't approve this upcoming message"
email sent. If you want to take away my announce "privs", go ahead. I guess
as a core member you have the authoritah.
If I can raise a bigger issue, why are we using the list as a CMS and not
a mailing list? In other words, what is the point of sending things to
the list that might *not* get approved?
Greg Sabino Mullane greg(at)turnstep(dot)com
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