questions about our mailinglists
ben.cadieux at gmail.com
Tue Jul 8 07:09:01 CEST 2008
Is conglomerating mailing lists really such a good idea? There's
already an overwhelming amount of e-mail. While I realize there's
already been some discussion about using a forum, it degraded into
trolling -- I do think a forum would be a good idea. Not that it
would replace the mailing lists, but rather to work in tandem.
Mailing lists simply aren't effective for every situation; individual
questions/problems that may not interest the larger group, for
On Mon, Jul 7, 2008 at 8:08 PM, Matt Joyce <matt.joyce at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dear Community
>> We want to simplify around key communication points. What do you think
>> of the following:
>> 1) Combine 'openmoko-devel' and 'distro-devel' into one list -- called
>> 2) Remove 'device-owners'.
>> 3) Remove 'hardware'.
>> Any concerns / comments?
> I imagine the above questions have been asked in the respective lists, if
> they are happy to join Community, I for one am happy to read their threads.
> Would there be any support for prefixing the subject with the list names ?
> eg [openmoko-community]
> It's a trivial enough to implement with Mailman (the system being used).
> Also, should a link to the wiki be included in the list footers?
> Perhaps it would be useful to new users (which I expect and hope there will
> be many).
> Openmoko community mailing list
> community at lists.openmoko.org
More information about the community