Hi David, Am Dienstag 06 Dezember 2011, um 22:29:46 schrieb David Woodhouse: > On Tue, 2011-12-06 at 17:03 +0100, Christian Hilberg wrote: > > the evolution-kolab plugin now has a mailing list, please see . > > Everyone who is interested in following the discussions there is > > invited to subscribe. I estimate this list to be a low-traffic one, > > at least for some time. :) > > Hm, for EWS I deliberately *didn't* set up a new list; likewise > ActiveSync. I'd rather see it on evo-hackers.
When setting up the new list, I had been thinking about this as well. The primary objective is to decommission the SourceForge infrastructure we are still using. This means that we may eventually entirely shut down the old mailing list, archives included, since the archives have been moved to the GNOME.org list as well. A dead mailing list at SF may look like a dead project, that's why I moved it in the first place. I can understand your concern that there may be discussions going astray at evolution-kolab-devel-list, unattended by the rest of the evolution-hackers. This concern is indeed a valid one. I think we can counter this by discussing vital things at evolution-hackers and posting the link into the e-h archive on evolution-kolab-devel-list. What's more, all evolution-kolab devs should be hanging out at #evolution anyway. Kind regards, Christian -- kernel concepts GmbH Tel: +49-271-771091-14 Sieghuetter Hauptweg 48 D-57072 Siegen http://www.kernelconcepts.de/
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