Why isn't Rev more popular? [Mailing List]
wjm at wjm.org
Fri Dec 2 20:41:41 CST 2005
I think it's important to note that gmane offers not just a "web interface"
to the Use-Rev list, but also an NNTP feed. I've been using their NNTP
interface; while it is a little slow at posting, I think I've got it sorted
out now and I'm positively delighted.
On your links page, I think it's important not only to mention these are
"Web UIs" but that gmane offers a classic "newsgroup" interface compatible
with Outlook Express and any other news reader. (Especially since the web
UIs are not quite up to the phpBB standard yet.) To me, it's almost
"headline news!" :)
I feel good that one of my points raised the visibility of this issue and
uncovered these alternatives. Now, about the other 14 items.....
"Richard Gaskin" <ambassador at fourthworld.com> wrote
in message news:4391006D.3010005 at fourthworld.com...
> Jerry Daniels wrote:
>> There's no conflict that i can see. Why vote? Why not have both?
> And we do, now linked to the top of the revJournal Links page:
> Prior to the formation of the web interfaces to this list we had nearly a
> hundred posts on the subject.
> Then not one but TWO web interfaces were created, and convenient links to
> them published here and on revJournal.
> So now we have at least FIVE ways to access this list:
> - Email subscription
> - List Archives:
> - Nabble:
> - gMane:
> - Search engines
> ....yet still this remains The Thread That Wouldn't Die.
> Since the use-rev list isn't used much for discussing how to use Rev
> anymore, should we make an
> opinions-about-how-other-people-should-run-their-company list so we have a
> place to talk about using Rev?
> Richard Gaskin
> Managing Editor, revJournal
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