Re: XForms: V0.87.4

Scott (
Sun, 19 Oct 1997 02:05:41 -0500 (CDT)

To subscribers of the xforms list from Scott <> :

Oh no...not again..hehe
I just endured a large thread of this on the (i think) mySQL mailing list.
Personally I like the way it is to reply to the list. If I read a question on
the list, I'm also interested in reading any answers. Sometimes a personal
reply is warranted in some off topic discussions, but for general questions and
announcements I think its fine how it is. This is also basically what was
concluded on the mySQL list. Just my opinion. By the way, I was wondering, is
there an estimated number of people that program using xforms? And are there a
lot, or any, commercial companies that use it? I spoke in email with a person
that used it do interface with test equipment for his company. Just
wondering...thanks :)


On 19-Oct-97 Tristan Savatier wrote:
->To subscribers of the xforms list from Tristan Savatier <>
->Oooop! sorry for those personnal messages (in french)
->that when on the xforms mailing list by accident.
->Like Gwenael, I just hit "Reply"
->without checking the address,
->since I though the message was addressed to me
->(while it was in fact accidentally addressed to
->the entire list).
->By the way, I hate the fact that "Reply" on
->a message addressed to the Xforms mailing list
->is sent to the list instead of to the sender.
->Could this be changed ?
->I think that "Reply" should only go to the sender,
->while "Reply all" should go to the mailing list.
->This is the way most mailing lists work.
->To unsubscribe, send the message "unsubscribe" to
-> or see
->Xforms Home Page:
->List Archive:
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