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Re: [RFC] mailing list host

From: Jack Repenning <jrepenning_at_collab.net>
Date: Thu, 12 Nov 2009 14:36:59 -0800

On Nov 10, 2009, at 1:12 PM, Justin Erenkrantz wrote:

> During the meetup on Thursday, I seem to recall that Jack said that it
> should be easy for the s.t.o list to either bounce back or forward
> messages to s.a.o. There is no reason email to users_at_s.t.o has to
> enter /dev/null. -- justin

Yes, we can easily do any combination of the following (for any list,
using "users" as the example):

  - auto-forward list mail from users_at_subversion.tigris.org to users_at_subversion.apache.org
  - subscribe users_at_s.a.o to users_at_s.t.o
  - add footers to users_at_s.t.o suggesting the conversation move over
to users_at_s.a.o

Hyrum remarked:

> I *am* concerned about a list which we do have direct control over,
> which has been linked to time-and-again in various archives and web
> pages over the past nine-years, and which will soon[1] be obsoleted
> by a list of duplicate charter.

I recognize the concern in the abstract, but let me soften the "list
which we do not have direct control over" thought a bit: Tigris will
remain important to CollabNet, alive and healthy. Tigris will continue
to be administered primarily by CollabNet people with strong interest
in Subversion. CollabNet itself will continue to have strong interest
in Subversion. In short, I really don't think the Subversion community
will be losing any notable degree of control over any aspect of
subversion.tigris.org.

But none of the above is any sort of vote for any particular
resolution: I'm just offering to be as helpful as we possibly can be,
in whatever the community decides to do.

-==-
Jack Repenning
Chief Technology Officer
CollabNet, Inc.
8000 Marina Boulevard, Suite 600
Brisbane, California 94005
office: +1 650.228.2562
twitter: http://twitter.com/jrep

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