Re: RfD: Removing mailing lists
On Fri, Oct 05, 2001 at 09:11:34PM +0200, Martin Schulze wrote:
> My investigation showed that there are quite some lists that are not
> used (anymore), but that have people subscribed. I watched the lists
> for about three weeks. There are lists that are of very low traffic
> which is intended, so they were ignored.
I think that debian-devel-games was intended as low-traffic. There
are enough game-specific issues with debian (sgid dirs and files,
common libraries, standards, etc.) that I think the list is fully
justified. In fact, I'd like to see it be a recommended list for all
maintainers who package games. The list was useful when the FSB made
us move /var/lib/games to /var/games (and would have been more useful
if more people were subscribed). Chances are it'll be useful the next
time something like that arises.
Please don't axe debian-devel-games.
Aside from that, I have no objections to the proposed list removal.
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