sqLite in Memory
Igor de Oliveira Couto
igor at superstudent.net
Sat Jun 16 09:27:53 EDT 2012
Richard, I do understand and appreciate your points. However:
On 16/06/2012, at 11:06 PM, Richard Gaskin wrote:
> If nothing else, consider this democratically:
> Either multiple people must make a modest change, or one person must make a modest change.
I am looking at this in the most democratic way possible: *everyone* has had to adapt their email filters because a a handful of people refuse to update their address book. It seems fairer to me, that these people make the *extraordinary* effort of updating their addresses, rather than expecting everyone else to change their email filters, just so they can continue to use an email address that *has been changed* by the list administrator.
I am a newbie here, and I complained. Others have sent replies showing a clear, despondent "you'll never get them to change" attitude. I would think that this is an indication that I'm not the only one that has been bothered.
In any case, this is an largely unimportant topic, that I regret raising, and that has definitely overstayed its welcome. I think we should just let it die of natural causes, and let everyone make of it whatever they wish.
Thank you all who sent helpful suggestions.
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