[Fwd: questions about our mailinglists]

arne anka openmoko at ginguppin.de
Tue Jul 8 12:06:04 CEST 2008

> My observation is that any (ok, most) threads on the community
> mailinglist tend to evolve into a lot of
> 1) wishes for things that aren't in the devices today
> 2) requests / demands that things should be done differently
> which is good for future, but not so ood for specific question about
> current devices and current software.

point taken.
but that might abate once all interested got their freerunner.

> Aside from that, groups of peaple are never congruent - in any given
> group you will find as many opinions as there are people. :)

of course, but i was speaking of the topic the groups are dedicated to.

> Well, it depends on what information you want. If you skip
> device-owners, you miss a lot of specific information about the
> devices and software, and the testing that owners do.
> I find that useful enough that I invest the little time extra to read
> that mailinglist as well.

seems, i have to look at least at the archives ...

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