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Helpful signatures?



Jonathan Rawle wrote:
> Also, I do wish people would stop replying to messages telling people to
> search the archive rather than answering questions. In the time you've
> written than, you could in many cases answer the question, and you're
> generating just as many messages to the groups with the negative reply. If
> you don't want to answer, write nothing.

If this is supposed to be a community-supported distribution, and this
list is one of the visible signs of community ...

... what can we do to make the archive and the other resources more
visible?

I know we have the "To unsubscribe" link at the bottom, but people
obviously aren't finding the archives. Would there be any mileage in
those that conveniently can [1] changing their signatures for this list
to point at the relevant resources? Maybe something like this?

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Solve common Fedora problems at   http://example.com
Unofficial Fedora FAQ at          http://fedorafaq.org/
Search the fedora-list archive at http://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-list/
or http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=fedora-list&r=1&w=2

Lisa (melgil88 optonline com), is there any possibility that you can
put your "Current Fedora Core 2 Problems & Solutions/Helpful Links" on
the web somewhere so we can link to it?

What do people think?

James.

[1] For mutt, you can investigate folder-hooks.
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