[development] Overwhelmed by traffic on this list

Bèr Kessels ber at webschuur.com
Tue Jan 10 21:12:22 UTC 2006


I think the problem lies not on Drupals site. We have forums, RSS feeds a 
newsletter, front-page posts, planet RSS aggregation. Just any kind of news 
for any person in any format.

What you might consider is either filtering your messages better, or turning 
off your mailinglists temporarily. 
I switch them off now and then (when on holidays or deadlines). 


Op dinsdag 10 januari 2006 21:42, schreef Jonathan Kamens:
> Karoly Negyesi writes:
>  > > Is there any chance of that happening?
>  >
>  > I write quickies in the newsletter. Maybe that helps. Or not.
> Not really, because I don't read the newsletter and don't really want
> to have to.
> I suppose what I'm asking for us for people to be aware that there is
> a class of drupal developers who are not adequately provided for by
> the currently available resources.  We want to be able to write Drupal
> code and even to contribute it back to contrib or perhaps even core
> (if appropriate), but when we're not doing that, we want to be pretty
> much detached from the Drupal world.  In other words, no offense, but
> when the Drupal site I maintain is working, I don't want to have
> anything to do with it or Drupal.
> Those of you who are much more into Drupal are intimately aware of
> when things change that we "casual" developers need to know about.
> What I'm asking for is a dedicated channel for communicating such
> information.
> Thanks for considering the idea :-).
>   jik

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