Forum: Ruby DevLists :: Mailing lists made easy

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Dave T. (Guest)
on 2006-02-05 21:03
(Received via mailing list)
I posted this message on the Rails list a few weeks ago, and now that
the initial bugs have been ironed out, I thought this would be a good
time to invite you kind folks to visit my new site - I hope you find it
as helpful for reading mailing lists as I do!

-- Original Message --
I have tried various mail clients to read the Rails mailing list for the
past 12 months. As the list volume grew, it became utterly impossible to
browse through the new messages and very hard to locate the useful gems
I had previously found. After subscribing to a few more lists, I
realized that there had to be a better way.  I could not find anything
to meet my needs, so I designed DevLists, which, thanks to rails, was
easier done than said.

http://DevLists.com aims to make managing your mailing lists as simple
as possible by providing one simple, clean interface for reading your
favorite mailing lists and posting responses.

DevLists is packed full of features to make it possible to keep
up-to-date on multiple mailing lists, including:
 * Ability to mark favorites by flagging interesting messages, threads,
and posters
 * Easily track new/unread messages for each subscribed list
 * Fully functional keyboard navigation
 * Full support for folding quotes within messages
 * All messages are persisted for easy reference and searching.

All this and it is just v1.0!  Take some time to watch the movie and
decide for yourself.  Then be sure to let me know what you think!

Cheers!
Dave T.
Co-author of http://devlists.com
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