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Re: this & that

From: <jose.kahan@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 2 Jul 1999 11:46:10 -0400 (EDT)
Message-Id: <199907021546.RAA20773@tuvalu.inrialpes.fr>
To: ankit@bol.net.in (Ankit Fadia)
Cc: www-html@w3.org
Hello Ankit,

In our previous episode, Ankit Fadia said:
> 
> We Do know that this Forum is exclusively for HTML but let me tell you
> something.

That is in the charter of this list.

>All the people who join this site are webmastres or web developers
> and do not know just HTML.They know other things too.Now I think there is
> not really so much in HTML that we can discuss on for the rest of our lives

I think you're proposing opening up this list to other kind of discussions.
Sorry, there are other lists and newsgroups already dedicated to this. 
For example, at W3C, we have www-talk. There are many other lists cited or
hosted at the HWG site.

By joining this list (www-html@w3.org), you accept to adhere to its charter.
If the charter is wrong, we should then close the list and try another one.
I think that the list covers the charter most of the time.

> Signed:ALL MEMBERS

??

One solution could be our closing down of this list and opening a new one,
called something like www-html-evolution (or something similar), that
reflects closer the charter. If subscribers to this list want this, just
send me your vote.

I don't think we need to continue this discussion on the list. Feel free
to mail me in private or other people. We can then post a synthesis of our
talks. Not everyone is interested in this discussion.

Cheers,

-Jose

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