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A List Apart – Wikipedia

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A List Apart is a prominent online publication that was initially established as a mailing list[1] for web designers in 1997. It has since evolved into a web magazine, known for its influential role in information dissemination and advocacy for CSS design. The platform, moderated and published by Jeffrey Zeldman and Brian Platz, has undergone three significant visual designs throughout its existence. A List Apart also conducted an annual web design survey from 2007 to 2011, garnering responses from tens of thousands of participants worldwide on topics like salary, job satisfaction, and workplace discrimination. The magazine has expanded its reach by launching international editions, with the first one in Arabic in 2010 followed by an Italian version.

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1. mailing list. A mailing list is a collection of email addresses used by individuals or businesses to send messages to multiple recipients. There are different types of mailing lists, including announcement lists for newsletters and advertising, and discussion lists for engaging in exchanges. Mailing lists are also used in projects like Git and Debian. The process of subscribing and unsubscribing to these lists is often automated, with some requiring approval to join. To maintain accuracy and security, mailing lists employ tracking and security measures such as delivery time tracking and moderator approval. Additionally, listwashing is performed to remove non-subscribed entries and ensure data deduplication. Finally, mailing lists have evolved from being scholarly tools to being widely used in various sectors, including academia and business, with their archives serving as valuable historical resources.
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