[Haskell-cafe] [ANN] Haskell.Org Discourse Instance

Michael Peyton Jones michaelpj at gmail.com
Mon Apr 8 13:11:52 UTC 2019

For what it's worth, I find the Discourse mailing-list mode to be perfectly
adequate. Give it a shot!

It does send you HTML messages, but the body of the message is usually
pretty much in cleartext.


On Mon, Apr 8, 2019 at 9:51 AM Mario Lang <mlang at delysid.org> wrote:

> Bryan Richter <b at chreekat.net> writes:
> > As someone initially more comfortable with Mailman mailing lists, I
> > empathize with people who have strong email workflows. Moving to
> Discourse
> > isn't painless. (There is a "mailing list mode", which helps some, but
> not
> > entirely.) A web UI has some downsides compared to text, for those so
> > inclined.
> In particular, web UIs are everything else but accessibility friendly.
> Every project that moves away from mailing lists and IRC effectively
> maks it pretty hard for people which rely on accessibility to
> participate.
> I am not expecting this to hold anyone back from moving into the shining
> new era of client-less communication.  Just wanted to point out that
> people like me are going to be left behind.
> --
> CYa,
>   ⡍⠁⠗⠊⠕
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