> This list is explicitly public, as opposed to the
> narrow focus of the
> whitewall list, so obviously this is a public list.
Ah, so that's what you meant. There is a specific technical meaning of "public" WRT Yahoo lists, and that isn't it. The WW list *is* "public", in that anyone can see it or join it, as opposed to "private" where membership is by invite only.
> We also have about ten times the membership...
Now that's useful information!
(WW went up another 2 during the day, BTW, as predicted).
The only further discussion on the WW list has been meta-discussion suggesting that we keep it over there...
I'll keep sending to both groups next time I have things to say, I think.
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