Le dimanche, 29 janvier 2012 21.11:11, Stephen Gran a écrit : > This one time, at band camp, Didier Raboud said: > > thanks for those "emergency" notices. Though, according to , shouldn't > > those annoucements be sent to debian-infrastructure-announce too/instead? > > My impression is that d-i-a is a useful list for reaching teams and > developers within debian that rely on debian infrastructure to do > their work. IMHO, an "alioth is down" announcement is not more an "Announcement of development issue (…)" (d-d-a) than an "announcement about changes in the (…) Debian infrastructure including services the Debian project (…) provides." (d- i-a). According to the respective descriptions of the lists, people relying on Debian-provided infrastructure (which alioth is) should be monitoring d-i-a, and there's no explicit reason for them to be monitoring d-d-a. If that's not the case, we should either "teach" people to be subscribed to the correct mailing-lists (e.g. by sending all "infrastructure annoucements" to d-i-a) or just consider d-i-a useless instead (and close it) and send all such announcements to d-d-a. But well; IMHO. OdyX
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