On 4 Dec 97 at 12:05, Mitch Collinsworth puddy cat purred:
> Chuq, your argument make sense, at least as far as it goes. The
> biggest problem I see with inventing yet more new list management
> interfaces is that users who experience them at one site then expect
> to find them at other sites. I.e if email@example.com works, why
> doesn't firstname.lastname@example.org work?
The thing about the foo-unsub mechanism, is that:
a) it's the most easily understood and easily used of the mechanisms
I've seen to date;
b) It's part of a proposed standard.
The more of these things we can get standardised, the better. Given a
choice bettwen standardising on a widely-deployed but clumsy mechanis,
(such as the "unsub" command in the msg body) and a less-widely
deployed but generally superior approach, I'd choose the latter.
I hope this proposed std gets somewhere!
Claire McNab -- Claire@siberia.demon.co.uk