[wp-hackers] STFU kthxbai
otto at ottodestruct.com
Thu Dec 3 22:43:34 UTC 2009
With being on email lists comes a certain amount of volume. So, if you
don't want to receive a lot of emails via a list, then my advice is
don't get on the list.
Seriously, the fact is that email lists are intended to have
widespread conversations. People are going to post on them. That's the
whole point of having them in the first place.
Alternatively, use your email program of choice to filter list traffic
into separate folders, or to apply separate labels (Gmail is
particularly good at this), or whatever.
If all you want to do is to read on your own schedule, then there's
the archives here:
There's also a mirror of the list on Google Groups:
If the volume is too high and you can't use filters and such, then I
highly recommend using one of those instead of subscribing.
Hope that helps!
Sent from Memphis, TN, United States
On Thu, Dec 3, 2009 at 4:37 PM, Anthony Cole <me at anthony.geek.nz> wrote:
> I know it's kind of obvious, but, well, I can't take this anymore.
> I can't read anything on this list, and I know I speak for alot of people when I say this.
> Do you guys know when to shut up? Seriousy. I've been on this list for about two days after a little hiatus. I'm not really well known, but one thing I do know is that I'm human - just like everyone here - and for my sanity and others - I'm asking for just a little bit of peace and quiet.
> I've seen people ask questions and get flooded out by people acting like five year olds. I know people who've left this list because of it. I remember how this list was a few years ago, and although it's always been a little bit controversial, can we stop acting like we're all still in primary school?
> It's obvious who's causing the problems.
> And thats my two cents....
> *runs from the vultures*
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