|Re: Do we need two lists?||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: AB Jurkiewicz (jurkiewiczowiewp.pl)|
|Date: Tue, 4 Jan 2005 06:10:18 -0800 (PST)|
I read the letters from this list from 2 or 3 years (almost everyday and practically all) and I like this list because of its daily problems feeling in spite we are in the coho-like project which is closer to the beginnning then to the end. For me reorganizing it could be more helpful, as the subjects (especially for the "Re" posts ) are not always closely related to the real content. And sometimes old problems are discuted using new subjects. In my previous e-mail client program I used a lot of filters to categorize the letters into about 10-15 categories but now I use a new and creating all the filters... Is it possible to use only a few predefined subjects in letters using main group and special topic (like "Commonhouse - design", "Commonhouse - meals", "Decision making process - consensus", "Decision making process - sociocracy", "Decision making process - board", etc. ) and make it necessary to ask the list manager for adding a new subject to the list? Or even to segregate current archives this way (I do not believe if anybody will have the time for this - just asking ;)? We do not use attachements. Is it possible to add and use some common place for coho documents (CRC's, statuses, etc. ) possibly in the cohousing.org? Of course I have used archive searchers but for example when I was interested in cohousers approach to "Christian cohousing" there was the same problem as in google - too many persons have the first name Christian ;) Greetings from Poland, Bartek Jurkiewicz _________________________________________________________________ List sprawdzony skanerem poczty mks_vir ( http://www.mks.com.pl )
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