Mailing list reorganisation
carter.schonwald at gmail.com
Wed Dec 12 20:37:32 CET 2012
when can we anticipate this rollout!
also: props to all for such a rapid concensus on this topic! :)
On Wed, Dec 12, 2012 at 11:11 AM, Niklas Larsson <metaniklas at gmail.com>wrote:
> Sounds good, even if one wants to receive everything it's much easier
> to robustly filter the incoming mail when it comes from different
> 2012/12/11 Ian Lynagh <ian at well-typed.com>:
> > Hi all,
> > Following a recent discussion, we propose to reorganise the GHC-related
> > mailing lists so that we end up with:
> > glasgow-haskell-users
> > For user discussions
> > ghc-devs
> > For developer discussions
> > ghc-commits
> > For automated commit messages from the git repositories
> > ghc-builds
> > For automated nightly build reports
> > ghc-tickets
> > For automated messages from trac
> > We would remove
> > cvs-ghc cvs-libraries cvs-other glasgow-haskell-bugs
> > but leave the archives in place, and for now forwarding messages to
> > cvs-* to ghc-devs, and glasgow-haskell-bugs to ghc-tickets.
> > (cvs-libraries and cvs-other are included in this list, because we think
> > they are mainly used by libraries that GHC HQ maintains, or by GHC's
> > lagging repos of libraries that other people maintain).
> > The initial subscriber lists for ghc-devs, ghc-commits and ghc-builds
> > would be the union of the subscribers of cvs-ghc, cvs-libraries and
> > cvs-other. For ghc-tickets it would be the subscriber list for
> > glasgow-haskell-bugs.
> > Does that sound reasonable? Does anyone have any further questions or
> > comments?
> > Thanks
> > Ian
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