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On 21/02/2020 23.10, Soni "They/Them" L. wrote:
> What are some benefits of posting on the Lua mailing list instead of places like
> stackoverflow?
> Some of the ones I can think of include:
> - The Lua mailing list doesn't have advertisements, other than the occasional
> spam or self-promotion. Still, the Lua mailing list doesn't have paid
> advertisement slots, "you get an ad every N emails" or any of that. (at least as
> far as I can tell.)
> - The Lua mailing list doesn't track you. Even if it does collect your emails,
> it doesn't track your time spent reading or writing them or anything like that.
> - The Lua mailing list doesn't try to gamify assistance. There's no incentive to
> farm any sort of points on the Lua mailing list.
> - Email signatures.
> What (else) brings you here?

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