My thinking is that many of us (well, at least me) don't have enough
time to read everything single email or thread on the ietf list ...
but if it turns out that a particular thread that I've been ignoring
has generated a lot of mail this past week, then maybe it's worth it
to go back to check it out. Just a thought ...
On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 10:58 AM, Harald Alvestrand
Andrew G. Malis wrote:
I would personally find this more useful if it were measured by
subject line rather than by sender.
At the time when these summaries started, it was obvious from some summaries
that some participants seemed to be spending more time typing answers than
reading the responses (when one person had two to three times as many
postings as #2 on the list).
That behaviour has largely disappeared, so it may be less obvious why it's a
good thing to see this metric.
Personally, I'm for keeping the weekly posting as-is.
On Fri, Apr 18, 2008 at 12:53 AM, Thomas Narten
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