list migration due to alioth shutdown
peter.schober at univie.ac.at
Tue Jan 30 12:05:17 UTC 2018
Thanks for chiming in, Russ.
* Russ Allbery <rra at debian.org> [2018-01-30 05:13]:
> Peter Schober <peter.schober at univie.ac.at> writes:
> > So maybe a better plan would be to figure out eligibilty for a list on
> > lists.debian.org and then do the migration only once (instead of moving
> > to alioth-lists.debian.net now and then having to deal with the exact
> > same issue in two years time).
> My understanding is that lists.debian.org is not set up well for creating
> dozens or hundreds of lists, so listmaster has said that they can't handle
> package team mailing lists. There are just too many of them.
So where does Debian expect all those package team mailing lists to go?
I.e., whose problem does Debian intend to make this, making sure
coordination works between Debian Developers, Debian Maintainers and
volunteers trying to help out the Debian project?
Clearly alioth-lists.debian.net is not the answer to this, at least
not if one isn't hell-bent on repeating this excercise in 1-2 years
I'm aware that some (possibly even many) may find other tools from
Debian suitable (and commits don't need to be sent to the list
anymore, reducing that number further). So the above question is about
those that do still want/need a list?
> I'm still here and happy to help with list owner stuff (albeit
> sometimes with a bit of a delay), and should have credentials to all
> the things.
Sorry for misrepresenting your intentions. Depending on the path
chosen by the list members your credentials (and willingness to help)
may both be in high demand, soon. ;)
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