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Re: The lists I monitor

Speaking of volume :-)
Any possibility of creating an XML-DEV List Digest format? e.g., like ACRA-L
provides as an alternative- a single daily updated digest, which is preferable
to receiving a large number of individual posts hammering at my inbox
throughout the day and night. For example, one day not so long ago that
amounted to about 75 posts in my inbox.  And that is just from XML-DEV list.

Tim Bray wrote:

> At 09:49 AM 07/05/01 -0400, Simon St.Laurent wrote:
> >At 02:24 PM 5/7/01 +0100, Henry S. Thompson wrote:
> >>do not include http://groups.yahoo.com/group/XSDSchema.
> >
> >Is there a common tendency among people involved with the W3C to feel that
> >all activity should if possible take place on W3C mailing lists?
> No, but there's a common tendency to try to exercise control over
> the volume of email one feels duty-bound to read.  Given the
> obvious empirical fact that XSD is one part of the universe
> of schema options and practices, I'd hope that the really
> interesting discussions, of anything broader than details of
> XSD syntax, stayed somewhere like right here so that we can
> use them to open up the largely unexplored territory of figuring
> out the best practices in schema-land. -T
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