a small remark, maybe not the place for it....

Gregory Hicks ghicks at cadence.com
Fri Feb 3 16:50:39 UTC 2006

> Date: Fri, 03 Feb 2006 12:56:30 +0100
> From: vaillant at ganil.fr (Vaillant Daniel)
> To: bind-users at isc.org
> Subject: a small remark, maybe not the place for it....
> hi, list-manager
> This list is prolific and generate a lot of interesting mails.
> Some (many)  lists have the feature to start with a tag
> let's say [BIND-USERS] for instance.
> This enable to eye-catch and eye-sort and eventually MUA-sort the mail.
> My question is: why not to join this way of doing for bind-users.

There are MANY, many lists that do NOT do this also.

For me to sort out the bind-users mail, I look for @isc.org somewhere
in the email.

There are a few - very few - other lists where ISC people post there
(Hi Joe!), but I recognize these and treat accordingly...

So a good 'sort' filter?  "@isc.org"

Still...  Could be done I guess.

> For the value of what can beconsidered by the holders of this list in
> the context of its deployment I ignore in first  instance.
> Thank you.
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