[AccessD] AccessD never changes

Charlotte Foust charlotte.foust at gmail.com
Thu Feb 21 12:15:34 CST 2013


This is true, but they require proportionately more administration than a
list.  Moving servers and dodging web bots and spammers takes constant
attention.  Even with the tools available, it still has to be watched.  It
can be self-policed by moderators, but when something gets sideways, it
requires a lot more fixing.


On Thu, Feb 21, 2013 at 4:42 AM, Jim Dettman <jimdettman at verizon.net> wrote:

>  <<I hate forums. I want things that will come TO me in email rather than
> my
> having to remember to GO to the web to look at a forum.>>
>   Every forum I belong to has e-mail notifications and you can choose to
> have it e-mail you once a new post is seen and then not again, or for every
> new post.
>   You can also have it notify you if a new topic is posted either
> immediately, or in digest format (hourly, daily, weekly).
>   In both cases, enough of the post/topic text is included (if not all) so
> that you can decide if you want to click on the link or not.
>   Really, forums give you far more manageability then what we currently
> have
> with the list.
> Jim.

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