Could someone make the list do the [cctalk] thing in the subject line?

Dave Woyciesjes woyciesjes at
Tue Nov 17 19:17:37 CST 2015

On 11/17/2015 07:32 PM, Fred Cisin wrote:
> On Wed, 18 Nov 2015, Pete Turnbull wrote:
>> At the risk of resurrecting yet another old topic, do we really need
>> both lists?
> I think so.
> For example,
> "Re: Giving away collection of computers"
> has turned into discussion and meetings of hams.  That would defintitely
> not belong on CCTECH, but seems to be a reasonable tangent for CCTALK.
> Besides guns, cars, etc., CCTALK has quite a few discussions that are
> not really ON-topic, but do seem to involve a fair number of overlaps in
> interests between the folk here.
> While we don't want to be a support forum for current hardware, there
> would seem to be a lot of subjects for which it would be difficult to be
> sure about where the line falls as to being on-topic.  The presence of
> CCTALK reduces the need for rigidity in that enforcement.  But, there
> are other folk who would prefer a very rigid enforcement.
>> (Sorry, Jay, I know you already put a lot of effort in and don't have
>> time for this :-))
> Could we just agree to let Jay make the decisions on such trivia?
	Yes, let the benevolent (guy who should act like) dictator call the 


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