I can't tell what side-effects will arise from what I requested. I was
hoping there weren't any. Why don't you just ask the infrastructure
people? They will know better.
PS. Can we please use general@ for such discussions to minimize
cross-posting? By now, everyone interested in the XML Graphics setup
will be subscribed to [EMAIL PROTECTED]
On 01.11.2004 16:59:15 Clay Leeds wrote:
> NOTE: This was sent to fop-dev & batik-dev as I have a question about
> the mailing lists I'd like to clarify before we 'ask' [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> When the Apache Forrest project changed to a new domain, they also
> changed from [EMAIL PROTECTED] to [EMAIL PROTECTED] & [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Unfortunately, with this change comes (IMHO) a significant problem for
> browsers of the archives: forrest-dev@ mail is a completely separate
> mailing list (with a separate interface). The problem is that
> forrest-dev was used for *all* dev *&* user mailing list traffic, so a
> search in the 'current' mailing lists' archives does not include
> content in forrest-dev (that's a separate search).
> For example, with the change to [EMAIL PROTECTED], I'd
> like to make certain (if possible or logical) that we don't end up with
> a similar problem.
> I'm not certain what the 'solution' looks like (or even if it's a real
> problem!), but I thought we should chat. If it is a problem, we may
> need to set up <mailing-list>@xmlgraphics.apache.org as an alias to
> <mailing-list>@xml.apache.org. IOW, the mailing lists do *not* change
> and we add aliases for @xmlgraphics.a.o.
> Is this something we should worry about? IMO, the ability to search
> relevant archives using one search is more important than having a
> 'real' address vs. an alias. We still would want to have all headers
> (e.g., Reply-To:) and trailers set to <mailing-list>@xmlgraphics.a.o