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Date: -- (:)
From: Nicolas Cannasse <warplayer@f...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Moderation
> >  Is there any chance that it may be restored? It's removal has been
> >  and I say that as someone who has had postings rejected.
> >
> >  -- Brian
> I support this motion.

Moderating is perhaps not the best solution.
Actually the main problem is due to the community growth with many newbies
who need support.
In order to increase the signal/noise ratio, perhaps a mailling list split
should be done.

Here's a proposal for a split :
- general ( support , any post welcomed, of course many noise )
- beginners ( support for newbies )
- academic ( FP / algorithms / langage features discussions => something
like the previous moderated list )
- industrial ( for people interested in developing the industrial usage of
ocaml )

Of course such a splitting will only work if it comes with a real WILL and
label from the official team, and proper advertising on the Caml
website(s) - the "unofficial"aspect of the current beginners list is perhaps
the reason why people use the general list.

Nicolas Cannasse

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