[Haskell-begin] Re: New List
vjcortines at gmail.com
Wed Jul 23 06:47:59 EDT 2008
I'm all for at least trying out [Haskell-beginners].
I believe it's easier to understand on first look, even for non native
Let's give it a shot!
On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 6:49 AM, Benjamin L. Russell <DekuDekuplex at yahoo.com>
> On Tue, 22 Jul 2008 13:49:19 +0300, "Angelos Sphyris"
> <knightofmathematics at hol.gr> wrote:
> >I believe that using beginners at haskell.org and [Haskell-begin] in the
> subject line may confuse people.
> >So, I would opt for [Haskell-beginners].
> Thank you for your response.
> While I agree for this exact reason, since some users had voiced the
> view that "[Haskell-beginners]" seemed too long, I would rather wait
> for a few days to see the overall response to the argument (it is
> possible that some readers may have been too busy to check this thread
> If "[Haskell-beginners]" seems acceptable as a prefix for the subject
> line to readers of this mailing list, let's try it out to see if it
> works (we can always change it back). Otherwise, we'll just continue
> using "[Haskell-begin]."
> I would suggest at least trying out "[Haskell-beginners]" on a few
> threads for a few days to see if it can work. Otherwise, we will
> never know. If readers then start complaining "I can't stand the new
> prefix, because now I can't read the subject line well in my narrow
> mail tool/newsreader window," then I'll change it back right away.
> Then we'll know for sure. Some users may actually prefer the new
> I'll wait for about three days to see the response to this argument on
> this thread before actually changing anything, unless readers say that
> trying out the new prefix is not acceptable.
> -- Benjamin L. Russell
> Beginners mailing list
> Beginners at haskell.org
Vitor J. Cortines
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