|Subject:||Re: [Ranger-users] ranger: how-tos or cheat-sheet|
|Date:||Mon, 25 Feb 2013 18:56:35 +0100|
On Mon, Feb 25, 2013 at 01:10:02PM +0100, Miodrag Milic wrote:I can see that mailing lists are "different" and unintuitive if you are
> >I thought that's what the mailing list is for :)?
> What I miss is better organisation. I am unhappy with stuff like:
> Compared to what forum can provide that is ridiculous.
> New google groups is exactly like that: the old one was more similar to
> above, the newer is more like forum.
used to forums, but I don't share your opinion that forums are
unconditionally better. Mailing lists are more comfortable, can be
easily interfaced with from the console, you don't waste as much time on
meaningless discussions as on forums, the signal/noise ratio is higher.
You can read and reply offline, postponing the sending of mails until
you have a connection again. And most importantly, nobody talks about
what shoes they are wearing today.
But we did make a mistake IMO with the "1.6.0 on the horizon"-thread, we
should have changed the subject line when we branched off into different
The archive front-end is not pretty, nor very comfortable. But that's
> I am unhappy with stuff like:
why you shouldn't use it, IMO, except for linking or for searching in
threads that you don't have locally. And the search function of the
front-end is excellent.
I recommend mutt. It has many similarities with vim and ranger as well.
> I searched for mail list front-ends that provide such interface without any
For receiving, sorting and filtering mails I use getmail and procmail.
That thread is a horrible mess, I agree. I wish they came here instead,
> When you see stuff like this
> with 61 pages, you know that you need separate forum.
but I can't force them to. For now, I removed the link to the thread
from ranger's website, let's see what happens.
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