[mythtv-users] New forum to discuss MythTV
Gert-Jan de Boer
boerg at nosco-ict.nl
Fri Jun 8 05:36:35 UTC 2007
As a network administrator I should say this: What?! An email message
doesn't take a lot of bandwith. It's just around a couple of bytes big.
HTML messages including pictures are mostly around 1000x to 1500x bigger
than their e-mail counterpart.
It should clean up their mailbox but would not save bandwith.
Op donderdag 07-06-2007 om 16:44 uur [tijdzone +0100], schreef Leigh
> Braindead wrote:
> > On Thu, 7 Jun 2007 08:03:12 +0100
> > "David Raine" <rainecc at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> On 06/06/07, Steve Grummin <sf_cali at aemail4u.com> wrote:
> >>> Hello Everyone,
> >>> There's a new forum that has been setup to discuss MythTV. The new
> >>> forum address is http://www.mythtvforum.com
> >> Nice idea, some folks people prefer using forums to mailing lists;
> >> search facilities, grouping by topic, etc. Over time, perhaps some of
> >> the experts will frequent there, too...
> > If you want to organize this list by thread, simply get a reader that can do that. Google is a fine search facility.
> > I've never understood why anyone would want to use a web forum, for every byte of real information you end up transferring 100's of bytes of bloated HTML, graphics, etc.. Sure, most people aren't on dialup anymore, but that's no reason to waste bandwidth. Same thing that happened with every windoze application out there, bloat bloat bloat. Anybody remember how fast Wordstar was?.. ;-)
> > Oh.. the pritty pictures...oooh..
> > I'll stick with mailing lists when possible myself, but to each his own.
> But with a mailing list you receive every single message no matter
> wether you want to read it or not. I expect most people dont bother
> reading most messages on the lists they subsribe to. So for them a web
> forum may in fact save bandwidth.
> Having said that, I prefer traditional mailinglists because the UT on
> every web forum I have used sucked ass so much that I ended up not
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