"CVR" == Chuq Von Rospach email@example.com writes:
CVR> So just be aware -- if you create a server-wide "list", you CVR> may well be creating a point of conflict, based on my CVR> experience. And it wasn't a situation where, at least for CVR> those users, "if you subscribe to a list on this site, you CVR> have to get this" was an acceptable answer to these people. CVR> So instead of getting a message once, they get it four or CVR> five times, and since they come in the name of the list they CVR> subscribed to, evidently that's okay. CVR> Go figure. But be wary here, Barry. My experience doing CVR> something very similar was horrible.
Actually, we're no worse off than we were before, in fact, it should now be better. How many messages have /you/ gotten from people receiving the password reminder from a list they never heard of? Remember that 2.0.x just picked the first public list at random (well, lexically sorted) and used /that/ for the origin of the reminder. That's so obviously broken that it had to be fixed.