| From Roger Dannenberg <rbd@...>
| Wed, 19 Sep 2012 18:47:53 -0400
| Subject: [Audacity-nyquist] Keeping this mailing list open
> Thanks for the link. I was not following the forum, and I think I
> was not subscribed by email (when I clicked the subscribe link, which
> was checked and made me think I was subscribed, the link changed to
> "unsubscribe" which makes me think NOW I'm subscribed.
Yes, you are now subscribed.
I agree the image for the link to subscribe looks too much like
a status indicator that you actually are subscribed. I'll see
if I can change it.
> Given the forum, I think it's bad to have posts in two places and I
> see no reason to keep audacity-nyquist alive.
OK. We'll have to see what happens if there are major changes
to audacity-nyquist that need discussing. I know some developers
prefer e-mail communication to the Forum (and no I don't want
to ignite that debate now either). :=)
> On 9/19/12 2:11 PM, Gale Andrews wrote:
> > | From Roger Dannenberg <rbd@...>
> > | Wed, 19 Sep 2012 09:57:01 -0400
> > | Subject: [Audacity-nyquist] Keeping this mailing list open
> >> I'm on audacity-nyquist! I think it would be good to keep it -- there
> >> might be more work on Nyquist in the future. -Roger
> > The problem with the current arrangement is that most discussions
> > about Nyquist - and all new plug-ins - are on the Forum.
> > I'm not sure if the drift to the Forum happened by accident or
> > design - though I think Steve feels it's easier to post code and
> > images on the Forum.
> > Are you - or others on this list - following the Forum:
> > http://forum.audacityteam.org/viewforum.php?f=39 ?
> > Otherwise you're probably missing a lot of interest and a
> > lot that you should be considering for future work on Nyquist.
> > I think there is a case for all discussions about Nyquist being in
> > one place (wherever that is).
> > If we closed the -nyquist list the archives would be kept for
> > reference.
> > The Forum lets you be notified by e-mail if there are new posts
> > to a Forum (or a particular board within it).
> > There is administrative overhead in maintaining a mailing list and
> > moderating its unsubscribed spam messages. Spam postings
> > to -nyquist outnumber real postings by several hundred to one.
> > Gale
> >> On 9/19/12 9:52 AM, Faisal ... wrote:
> >>> I may not post, but I do read it some times.
> >>> On Sep 19, 2012 2:49 PM, "Steve the Fiddle" <stevethefiddle@...
> >>> <mailto:stevethefiddle@...>> wrote:
> >>> I notice that there have been no posts to this mailing list for 3
> >>> months and only 5 posts in the last year.
> >>> Is it worth keeping this mailing list open?
> >>> Is anyone other than myself reading it?
> >>> If it is unused then I propose that it should be closed and
> >>> discussions regarding Audacity-Nyquist directed to the Audacity forum.
> >>> Does anyone want to keep it open?
> >>> Steve