I saw a couple of mails lately advising users that non-dev questions should be posted on the users list.
I just wanted to make it clear that we have no such rule at this point and posting any questions on this list is totally OK.
We may change this in the future if we have traffic problems but this is not currently the case.
of course, not my actual problem, but my opinion is that you should recommend switching to the appropriate mailing list if the topic does not suit the (intended) purpose of the current one. Or merge them.
I'm not saying to kick these guys, but polite invite them to the other place.
If you mix the content on both lists, it can create a rather unprofessional feeling for people studying the archives, which happens for most of those analyzing (first time) if Jitsi is an option for their needs. Some wants it to use it, some whats to extend it, confusion is not good.
Might not be your case, but in the past it happened that many users joined our devel list because they thought they get faster access to developers. Then many old tech guys left because the content was no longer what they expected (those pretty much silent watches are important, as their input happens when some bad tech decisions are to be made for future development).
Waiting until it is a real problem, means you wait to lose something valuable by that time (e.g., many unsubscribes, get some bad reputation) to actually notice is a problem.
On 5/29/13 6:42 PM, Emil Ivov wrote:
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