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Re: SEUL: Migration to seul-dev-* lists
> Hmm, isn't 6 lists for only 100 people a little bit too much ?
> I mean, it's nice to have the lists, but do we have to use them
> _all_ from the beginning ?
Well, we're planning for the future. A week from now I expect there to be
many more people on the lists, due to the intended wide-spread nature of
The 6 lists come from some serious brainstorming Luka did a few months back.
We have the document somewhere, and yet another of those things I was going
to do yesterday was to get those docs on the web site. Please, someone out
there help me out! <sigh, snore, thunk, ow!>
> The same may be the case for apps & gui ...
Quite. I expect that to be one of the most active cross-posts (if you can
> help seems to be pretty active, though.
Yup. We already have some working, very cool looking code for that part.
> How can I find out whether I'm subscribed to all lists ?
Send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, with a body of:
> How about doing it this way: If there is a thread which clearly fits
> somewhere, it'll be moved over and people can subscribe to the new list if
> they haven't already ?
Sounds like a plan.
Erik Walthinsen <email@example.com> - SEUL Project system architect
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