[scribus] The list

José Young young.vn at gmail.com
Thu Dec 6 10:15:25 UTC 2012

Well, it looks like the general opinion is to keep things as they are. So I
retract my suggestion. And who knows, I might learn something after all!


On Thu, Dec 6, 2012 at 6:11 AM, Behrens, Lars (PHI) <Lars.Behrens at kit.edu>wrote:

> Am 06.12.2012 08:56, schrieb Sveinn í Felli:
>  In other words, I like the complexity here, and would hate to see it go.
>> Also, it gives a sort of confidence knowing that developers
>> and/or dev-capables are lurking around the user-list ;-)
>> USER is a broad definition, as pointed out by Greg.
>> Occasionally there have been discussions about limiting the
>> mailinglist to strictly Scribus-related subjects (as opposed
>> to general DTP questions) but even without strict rules so
>> far we've managed to stay mostly on topic(s).
>> Personally I like the multitude of different topics brought
>> up here, even though some of them don't fit into my areas of
>> interest. If we were talking about hundreds of posts daily,
>> that would be different.
> Yes fully ack from my point of view. I often can learn something from a
> topic which at first seemed to "basic" or "elaborate" for me.
> So I would vote for keeping the list as it is.
> Cheerz,
> Lars
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