Cross posting madness must stop.

David-Sarah Hopwood david-sarah at
Sun Sep 27 16:05:56 PDT 2009

Mark S. Miller wrote:
> Comparing <>
> with <> and <
>> shows why this
> cross posting madness must stop. Some messages in this thread are only
> posted to one side of the W3C / ECMA divide, indicating that some posters
> only subscribe on one side. These posters are mutually opaque to the posters
> subscribing only on the other side of the divide, leading to a fragmented
> conversation. For example, the excellent posts by David-Sarah Hopwood <
> have generally gotten responses only from the ECMA side. Some later messages
> from the W3C side seem to have missed some of [their] points.

Indeed, I hadn't realized that my cc:s to public-webapps and public-html
were being dropped *silently*, without any bounce message. If that's due
to the configuation of those lists, then it's a rather user-hostile mailing
list behaviour, IMHO -- problems with spam notwithstanding.

A subsequent attempt to subscribe to public-html as per the instructions
at <>, bounced with error "550 Unrouteable
address (state 14)".

Mark, please forward this.

David-Sarah Hopwood  ⚥

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