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Re: Shutting down some Hurd mailing lists? (was: News 2009-08-31, docum

From: Arne Babenhauserheide
Subject: Re: Shutting down some Hurd mailing lists? (was: News 2009-08-31, documentation, wiki)
Date: Wed, 30 Sep 2009 00:24:41 +0200
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Am Dienstag, 29. September 2009 21:32:51 schrieb Thomas Schwinge:
> > And adding another list will make the Hurd lists less accessible.
> Which brings us (back?) to another topic: should we shut down some Hurd
> mailing lists?  web-hurd and hurd-devel aren't being used at all;
> help-hurd hardly so; what about l4-hurd?  I'd say:
>   * web-hurd: totally unused, so shut down.  Make the address forward to
>     bug-hurd.

>   * help-hurd: mostly unused, shut down.  Forward to bug-hurd.
>     Rationale: people seeking help about using the Hurd end up on the
>     debian-hurd mailing list in the vast majority of cases, all others
>     can be served on bug-hurd (they are to be CCed when answering, so
>     they need not even be subscribed).

This is a separation I'd keep, though. If we manage to get the Hurd users more 
active again, there will likely be a need for that list again. 

Best wishes, 

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