[Wolves] Archive via Google

Simon Burke its_simon_burke at hotmail.com
Mon Jan 19 10:22:04 GMT 2004

>Aquarius said:
> > I think it's good. We have discussions here about technical issues, and
> > then those discussions are archived so that someone else with a similar
> > problem will find those discussions on a search. When I search for any
> > kind of technical help on Google I normally end up reading archives of
> > mailing lists where someone else had the same problem as me.
>Cool. I suppose you can guess what set me thinking about it. I'd say
>roughly 45% of what goes on in here is non-technical, so I was starting to
>think about the implications of it being a community, where every
>contribution is on record for everyone in the world to see. The group can
>feel like a pub but it's a bit more like speaking in court or Parliament
> > Those people who don't want their thoughts to be archived (there are at
> > least a couple of posters to this list in this position) can add an
> > "X-No-Archive: yes" header to their posts and then they don't get
> > archived.
>Aha! Perhaps we need to inform new members that their words will be
>available for the world to see and if they don't like the idea of that,
>they can change their headers.
REally?? kewl hehe
Antelopes wearing brown Y-fronts eating a subway chacken teraki ft long sub, 
while dancing randomly to sepultura.

Couldnt help that one, but nah its a good idea to archive it for all.

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