Quoting <JMEEKMMHKBHOONLHOBIJCEAHCBAA.john at frontend.com>
by John Kelly <john at frontend.com>:
>http://www.alistapart.com/>> We could do a lot worse than to base the webdev list on "A list apart",
> Zeldman's baby. It seems to have a good mix of posts on all sorts of
> topics, with no real bias on platform, coding language, blahdiblahdiblah.
> As the list itself says.. ">From pixels to prose, coding to content."
>> As for the splitting of the list into three seperate lists, wouldn't that be
> a bit like splitting ilug at linux.ie into seperate lists consisting of :
> 1. Newbie Questions
> 2. Software recommendations
> 3. Slashdot news stories we've all seen already.
>> It's the mix (and people's reactions to them) that makes it interesting.
Well, I'm of the opinion that it would be a good thing if ILUG were
split out as you describe, and said to Kate that the lack of such a
split was one of the answers to his question. It's easier to not
subscribe to a list than to ignore/filter/delete mails you're not
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