The mailing lists have been created. Please feel free to start
As noted elsewhere: we have not (yet) defined a "Flag Day" on
switching to the new lists. Personally, I think that when the
repository moves (tomorrow), and it starts generating emails to
commits_at_subversion.apache.org, then we ought to shift development over
to dev_at_s.a.o also.
We need to reach some kind of migration consensus soon-ish.
On Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 14:50, Greg Stein <gstein_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> There is an infrastructure ticket for tracking mailing list creation at the ASF:
> Joe Schaefer (ASF systems admin/lead) asked if he could create our
> mailing lists this weekend. Hey... if the admin wants to do it, then I
> say let him :-)
> For now, just the following five will be created: dev, users,
> announce, commits, and private.
> I'm added as the moderator for all lists, and Arfrever volunteered for
> a few. Other volunteers would be appreciated. Please add yourself to
> the ticket.
> When the repository is shifted over on Sunday, it will begin sending
> commits to commits_at_subversion.apache.org, so you'll want to subscribe
> as soon as the list is ready (watch the above ticket; I'll also send a
> notice here).
> I just edited the authorization file, so 15 of us will be able to
> commit. I have 18 account requests pending, and those will be added.
> That is most of the usual suspects, but get your ICLA sent in!
> For the mailing lists, we can begin using them right away. Infra has
> said they can backfill the archives, once we figure out how/where to
> get those mbox files (haxx.se? collab.net?).
> If traffic occurs on both lists, then Infra can mesh the archives
> together without problem. I think we want to shift asap, but it won't
> be a problem if there is lingering traffic.
Received on 2009-11-14 20:12:36 CET