[RFC] [ADMIN] Making lists subscriber-only?
nikos.balkanas at eyeonix.com
Mon Jan 13 10:12:01 UTC 2014
I, for one, agree totally. Not that i have received *any* spam from this
list, but your proposal makes sense. Not that would stop spam, though, they
do fake addresses sometimes :-( But because that's how all of the lists,
that I know of, work.
PS You didn't specify for "personal" feedback, so I am replying to the
lists, many of whom I am not a member. Hope it is not considered spam ;-)
On Sun, Jan 12, 2014 at 8:53 PM, Harald Welte <laforge at gnumonks.org> wrote:
> Dear all,
> so far the osmocom.org mailing lists have always been in a 'non-members
> are manually moderated' mode. This has created a lot of work for manual
> list moderation, where a lot of the messages caught are simply spam, and
> only the occasional valid message is being received.
> I'd like to thank the list moderators for taking care of this.
> However, in more recent discussions, we were considering to move the
> lists to a completely closed mode, i.e. postings would automatically be
> rejected from non-members.
> The automatic response would contain a description of how to subscribe
> in 'nomail' mode, i.e. to subscribe in a way to be able to post to the
> list, while still not receiving any incoming traffic. The latter should
> be fine for occasional posters who don't want the bulk e-mail that goes
> with a full/regular subscription.
> Please provide feedback in case you disagree with that change. Unless
> there is major opposition, we will likely transition to the 'closed'
> mode within one month.
> - Harald Welte <laforge at gnumonks.org>
> "Privacy in residential applications is a desirable marketing option."
> (ETSI EN 300 175-7 Ch.
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