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Re: unsubscribe

Oyvind Teig wrote:

> ...
> 3. Is it natural that people subscribe and unsubsribe, or
>    is it a sign that something is wrong?
> ...

I don't know all the answers to your questions, but all the mailing lists
I'm on have a trickle of people asking how to unsubscribe. This is rather
inevitable: once one decides that one is bored of the discussions, one can't
be bothered to find out how to unsubscribe and it's far easier just to ask
the list. Because the list subscribers are usually unaware of new joiners,
this can give the false impression of rats leaving a sinking ship! It makes
sense to be sanguine about such departures.


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