Oops. That wasn't supposed to go to the list. I assumed that the reply
would go to the right place and it didn't. Unfortunately the setting of
where replies go on mailing lists doesn't appear to be universal. :-(
Anthony Tuininga wrote:
> Aaron W. LaFramboise wrote:
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>> Please vote on the following issue. All subscribers to mingw-users who
>> are interested are encouraged to vote.
>> Background: Presently, announcements about MinGW project software are
>> acceptable. Announcements not of a technical nature, that are unrelated
>> MinGW, and uninteresting to MinGW developers are definitely
>> unacceptable. The issue is whether announcements that are not about
>> MinGW software, but may be of interest to developers using MinGW, should
>> be permitted. If these advertisements are permitted, there will be
>> certain restrictions on their content and frequency. If not permitted,
>> some other forum such as MinGW Wiki will be designated for
>> Question: Should advertisements that are unrelated to MinGW software,
>> yet of interest to some developers who use MinGW, be permitted on the
>> mingw-users list?
>> YES, permit these sorts of advertisements.
>> NO, do not permit these sorts of advertisements.
>> You may vote for either YES or NO. To vote, send a reply to this
>> message to aaron77thyme@... with either YES or NO clearly
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>> the list!
>> You will receive a reply within 24 hours with a receipt indicating your
>> choice. Please vote only once.
>> All votes must be received before midnight July 2 UTC. Please vote at
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>> Please direct any questions with regards to this vote to
>> aaron77thyme@..., not the list.
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