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>Correct me if I am mistaken, but I believe there is at least one other
>list for editors/technical editors. That is the place where I would
>expect to find discussions of grammar, syntax, styles
You're probably thinking about copyediting-L.
The discussions about grammar, syntax and such on that list are a lot more
interesting than the ones about those subjects on this list, because the
folks on that list seem to be a lot better informed about those subjects
than are many of the folks who post to this list on those subjects. ...RM