From: Andrew Myers (andrew_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-01-01 22:31:11
I think this is a good idea as well. I am of the 'user' ilk of subscriber, and
while the discussions on the mailing list are interesting in terms of increasing
my C++ knowledge, my primary interest is using the product, in particular the
The recent announcement of the availability of boost_1.19.0 was the most
relevant message on the list for me. I'd still subscribe to both lists, but a
separate announce list would make it easier to filter out the salient messages.
Beman Dawes wrote:
> What do boost members think of starting an eGroups boost-announce list?
> Postings would be limited, perhaps to:
> * Announcements of new versions of the library posted on the web site.
> * Announcements of the start of a Formal Review, with a brief description
> of what is being reviewed.
> In effect, such a list would cater to those who want to keep in touch with
> boost, but don't want to read a high volume mailing list.
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