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I really wonder about this myself. The highest subscription mailing list appears to be sage-support, which at this moment has 1898 members. I would *imagine* that most people subscribing to the other groups also watch sage-support. But obviously I could be very wrong. I guess the overlap between groups is something that could be discovered. Then the question is, are there really a lot of people out there who use Sage but don't subscribe to the group(s). Does anyone have an opinion about the ratio?

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I really wonder about this myself. The highest subscription mailing list appears to be sage-support, which at this moment has 1898 members. I would *imagine* that most people subscribing to the other groups also watch sage-support. But obviously I could be very wrong. I guess the overlap between groups is something that could be discovered. Then the question is, are there really a lot of people out there who use Sage but don't subscribe to the group(s). Does anyone have an opinion about the ratio?

This is interesting. It appears that there are only 1852 people who watch the Mathematica list through Google groups. Of course that could be a small fraction of the people who actually subscribe the mailing list. Also I don't really know where that number comes from. If you go to one of the math related goups, and look at the link for "related groups" then it gives you a number. For example: http://groups.google.com/group/comp.soft-sys.math.maple/related?lnk=rghm

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