Re: Sid-specific list?
On Sun, 28 Mar 2004 10:57:49 +0200
Martin Schulze <email@example.com> wrote:
> David B Harris wrote:
> > I've been wondering if maybe it would be worthwhile to have a mailing
> > list specific to any humdrum issues that show up in Sid. Something
> > moderated so there isn't a huge amount of traffic for these people to
> > keep up with. Two or three posts a day, I'm thinking.
> Such are sent and discussed on debian-devel in the past. I believe this
> is still adaequate, especially since we keep telling people that they
> should not run sid when they don't subscribe to debian-devel and -announce.
I would have agreed last year. I don't know if I've just lost patience
for it, but it seems to me like debian-devel is just way too heavy for
this sort of thing. I have serious trouble drumming up interest for a
full 85% of the traffic there, and I'm a maintainer and somebody who's
active in the community.
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After a while, you realise the pig is enjoying it.
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