John Reilly wrote:
>On Fri, 2006-04-14 at 04:37 +0200, Rory Browne wrote:
>>>>This is a Linux users group list. Not a Linux list. Solaris is of interest
>>to some linux users. It is inapproperate to dismiss discussion on solaris as
>>>>>>If you took that argument to its logical conclusion then anything that
>is of interest to some of the members is ok. As well as solaris,
>windows, and a whole host of other OS, many non-computing related
>activities could also be included in such a broad definition of whats on
>topic. I think its pretty obvious that this is not a desirable scenario
>- there is a very good reason to limit discussion to linux and "closely
>related" topics. There are other forums for other topics.
and if you took /that/ to its logical conclusion then you would agree
that discussion about what is on-topic and what is not, is off-topic for
a linux-only mailinglist (after all - "topics of allowed conversation"
is not a Linux application, as far as I know).
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