RESULT: sci.med.diseases.blood fails 78:7
denebeim at deepthot.aurora.co.us
Wed Jan 26 11:36:53 EST 2000
In article <oWwj4.796$dw3.38290 at news.wenet.net>,
Kent Paul Dolan <xanthian at well.com> wrote:
>I guess the Usenet voting process is pretty broken as an estimator of
>the utility of a newly proposed newsgroup, but I'm not quite sure how,
>nor am I willing to try to fix it; the level of controversy experienced
>in such efforts has at long last become unpleasent to me.
The problem is that it's a bitch and a half trying to get a
newsgroup up and running nowadays. We've found that with the current
crop of users if they're not already on usenet, they're unlikely to
move there. Sad, but true.
Unless there's a strong proponant team and a bunch of people willing
to bug their sites to put the group on their server, the group fails.
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