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On 01-08-2011 21:02, Ulrich Mueller wrote:
>>>>>> On Mon, 01 Aug 2011, Petteri Räty wrote:
>> Your rational is a bit off or can be understood incorrectly in how
>> the current rules go. Discussion should happen on the on topic
>> mailing list (most of the time gentoo-dev or gentoo-project).
>> gentoo-project is only used to submit threads to the agenda
>> regardless of where the discussion happens. gentoo-dev-announce
>> can be used to draw attention to important things. How do you
>> propose people decide if something is gentoo-council material or do
>> we go back to the situation where threads get fragmented to
>> multiple mailing lists? If actual discussion happens elsewhere
>> than gentoo-council then I don't think we need a separate mailing
>> list just for handling agendas etc. Finally I think gentoo-project
>> / gentoo-dev reach a wider audencience but we should get verified
>> numbers from infra.
> gentoo-dev, -project, -dev-announce ... this would mean that we
> split discussions between three mailing lists at least. (Probably
> more, for example PMS/EAPI related stuff should be discussed on
> gentoo-pms then.)
> That's too complicated for my simple mind.
Unfortunately you can't prevent it. You won't be able to force people to
use gentoo-council to discuss any technical issues that have always been
discussed on the gentoo-dev ml because it's simpler for the council members.
Jorge Vicetto (jmbsvicetto) - jmbsvicetto at gentoo dot org
Gentoo- forums / Userrel / Devrel / KDE / Elections / RelEng
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