I don't think the traffic on this list is TOO bad, but it does kinda fluctuate. I think that if a really good CircleMUD FAQ gets written then a lot of the redundant, newbie-type questions will be eliminated. If someone does ask a FAQ question, everyone who gets it can send a private reply (remove circle from cc: field) and tell them to read the FAQ... 30 of those and they'll think twice before posting a stupid question. Basically, I don't think that the list should be complicated by splitting it up. I had thought possibly a circle-implementor and circle-coder list would be good, but all the implementor questions should be answered in the circle docs and/or FAQ, if they'll just read the damn things. Once the FAQ is written I predict a more productive (and probably less traffic) list.
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