Re: PHP/WebApp policy/mailing list
On Sun, 2005-05-01 at 10:14 +0200, Francesco Paolo Lovergine wrote:
> On Sun, May 01, 2005 at 07:28:48PM +1200, Martin Langhoff wrote:
> > I've lurked for a while in email@example.com hoping that that would
> > be the right place for such discussions, and, when they happen, the
> > subscribers are usually pretty clued-in and interested. Perhaps it is
> > the natural place to discuss web-apps? At least until traffic is
> > sufficient that the Debian Apache team kicks us out. It ensures we are
> > 'in touch' with the httpd maintainers, instead of being in an echo
> > chamber.
> I would create an alioth list (and project) and point interested people there,
> also communicating that on -devel-announce as appropriate...
Speaking as a listmaster, I believe that a list that would be used to
provide people with a place to discuss the packaging of web-apps, as
well as standard things associated with it is a great idea. It's better
than debian-apache (after all, there's other web servers out there), and
it's better than creating a debian-php list. We want this to be used by
all web-apps, whether they be in php, python, perl or whatever the
flavour of the week is.