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Re: Proposed list charter/AUP change?
On Wed, 05 Jan 2005 08:57:50 +0530, Suresh Ramasubramanian said: > Nanog could have a set of similar topics - [OP-SEC] for operational > security related issues, [OP-SPAM] for when members really do want to > discuss spam issues that they consider operational, etc. And at least some mailing list software (LSoft's Listserv product) even allows subscribers to say "I only want mail for OP-SEC and OP-PEERING", and they'll literally never see the others. The SPAM-L list uses it heavily, with a fairly extensive set of topics defined - MEDIA for threads relating to spam-in-the-news, BLOCK for discussions of whether a given site deserves being plonked in a block list, and of course HELP, MISC, and HUMOR (the latter usually including sightings of egregeously incompetent spammers). (Quite possibly other list manager packages do similar things, but I'm not familiar enough with the admin side of anything besides LSoft's stuff to comment)...