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Lua list is indeed one of the most civilized and, above all, helpful
lists around.
The idea of a separate tutor list, however, is not bad at all. +1 from me.
The basic concept, I believe, is that of a separation of concerns. For
those who are interested in reading all kinds of posts, it's just a
matter of subscribing to both lists.
As has been pointed out in a previous post, splitting the lists would
result in a much lower noise ration in each list, which is desirable.

On Sat, Feb 23, 2013 at 9:16 AM, marbux <> wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 22, 2013 at 10:40 PM, KHMan <> wrote:
>> Someone should check say the last 3
>> months of postings, collect actual data and see whether such a
>> characterization applies to this list. I think not, it has been quite
>> peaceful lately.
> I don't think there's any need to check. This is among the top 2-3
> lists I've subscribed to in my life in terms of manners and
> helpfulness.
>>I think a tutor list is certainly worth doing, if there is enough like-minded people to keep it thriving.
> How to publicize it?
> Best regards,
> Paul