[Haskell] Making Haskell more open
wolfgang at jeltsch.net
Sun Nov 13 12:21:25 EST 2005
Am Freitag, 11. November 2005 20:03 schrieb Gour:
> Wolfgang Jeltsch (wolfgang at jeltsch.net) wrote:
> > The advantage of newsgroups over mailing lists is that newsgroups are
> > designed for discussions among several people and therefore newsgroup
> > software supports this kind of usage very well while mailing lists are
> > actually a hack.
> I do not follow newgroups, but can you please explain a bit what
> features are in newsgroup software that support this kind of discussion,
> which are missing in the mailing lists?
Basically the things that others mentioned already. In addition, one could
argue that since newsgroups were specifically designed for discussions,
newsgroup software allows proper mangagement of threads but, well, current
e-mail programs might do this in similar quality.
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