unix-pc rmgroup due next week

Tom Tkacik CS/50 tkacik at hobbes.cs.gmr.com
Wed May 15 22:33:38 AEST 1991

In article <100419 at becker.UUCP>, bdb at becker.UUCP (Bruce D. Becker) writes:
|> In article <53168 at rphroy.UUCP> tkacik at hobbes.cs.gmr.com (Tom Tkacik
CS/50) writes:
|> |In article <100166 at becker.UUCP>, bdb at becker.UUCP (Bruce D. Becker) writes:
|> ||> In article <1991May10.194046.19312 at bagend.uucp> jan at bagend.uucp (Jan
|> |Isley) writes:
|> ||> |Remember the vote, folks?
|> ||> |
|> ||> |Per the vote, next week there will be another round of newgroup
|> ||> |control messages for comp.sys.3b1 and comp.sources.3b1, followed
|> ||> |by rmgroup control messages for the unix-pc groups.
|> ||> 
|> ||> 	I've decided not to rmgroup these, in
|> ||> 	case there's still folks who for some
|> ||> 	reason wish to use them, for whatever
|> ||> 	reasons they might have...
|> |
|> |I think that is mistake.  The only reason for using them is to talk about
|> |the unix-pc.  Since that is now done with comp.*.3b1, there is no reason to
|> |keep the groups.  The only use they will get is the occasional pc unix
|> |question.  They probably will not get their questions answered, as
there will
|> |be few people reading those groups.  There are already groups for that,
|> |and keeping the unix-pc groups will only confuse those new readers.
|> 	Nevertheless, I've decided that I don't
|> 	have the right to interfere with any of
|> 	those uses, as inefficient as it may be
|> 	viewed by anyone not using them...

If you don't, who does?  Somebody should do it.
The voting done back in January said that those groups were to be
removed at the end of three months.  I know that's what I voted for.
They should be removed!

Tom Tkacik
GM Research Labs
tkacik at hobbes.cs.gmr.com
tkacik at kyzyl.mi.org

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