[SCA-Dance] Are you on Facebook?
marianne at historiaviva.org
Tue Nov 25 03:52:04 EST 2014
Mary and Greg, thank you for clarifying the concordance issue. I do indeed
know those very useful websites already. Somehow I got the impression it
was more like Katherine's step concordance but by Greg. :)
Now that the reply-to has been changed let's see if it makes a difference.
A bit more dance traffic would be nice :)
Marianne / Leonor
2014-11-25 3:26 GMT+00:00 Tim McDaniel <tmcd at panix.com>:
> On Mon, 24 Nov 2014, Greg Lindahl <lindahl at pbm.com> wrote:
> > You're right, I meant to suggest that the initial posting and not
> > subsequent comments get forwarded... and looking back, I see that I
> > wasn't clear. And, of course, it would have to be announced. Asking for
> > permission each time would probably annoy folks.
> > Even only cross-posting initial postings and not comments might gather
> > objections from a few people. The FB group is public, but it's public
> > in a different way from the mailing list.
> I see no particular value in having only an initial posting be
> gatewayed. Usually, most of the meat is in the body of the replies
> discussing the issue. That sort of gatewaying would be useful only
> for announcements of events and such, which are rare.
> Back when Usenet was the big sharing mechanism, there were plenty of
> Usenet<->mailing list gateways. It was announced, but no permission
> was asked and I never heard of any objections. Such mailing lists
> were public, Usenet is public, it was simply a different propagation
> Far from objecting to full gatewaying, I think it would be a fine
> thing. But I don't have the knowledge to do it, and not really the
> gumption either.
> Daniel Lindocollinum
> Tim McDaniel, tmcd at panix.com
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