Removing devel@ or staying on-topic

thomasg thomas at
Mon Oct 27 14:50:09 CET 2008

I definitley think the devel list should stay.
Yeah, especially in the last days/weeks the usage has decreased
heavily, but it guess that's really a problem of distinction on the
community lists side.

It would be sad if devel was removed, because I just do not have the
time to manually sort out all the uninteresting (for me!) stuff on the
community list, which I can't and do not use anymore.

On 10/27/08, Michael 'Mickey' Lauer <mickey at> wrote:
> Am Monday 27 October 2008 13:13:12 schrieb Nicola Mfb:
>> 2008/10/27 Michael 'Mickey' Lauer <mickey at>
>> > Hi,
>> >
>> > I'm usually for adding more lists rather than removing, but as a matter
>> > of fact, the devel mailing list is hardly used and on the community list
>> > there are lots of development related postings.
>> >
>> > Should we remove devel completely or should we try harder to stay on
>> > topic?
>> Actually the developer/user distinction is not so clear. Openmoko is still
>> in a brainstorming/developing/hack phase, and due to lack of gui settings
>> frontend the "normal" user has to document itself and to use ssh.
>> When the software stack will be complete it will be easy to define this
>> better.
> Agreed.
>> In the while we may try harder to stay in topic when possible with a bit
>> of
>> temporary tolerance.
> Good plan.
> If anyone wants, feel free to join me with trying to make this more clear to
> newcomers by adding notes like "(this thread would be more appropriate on
> the
> devel- list)" or so.
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