On Wed, Sep 9, 2015 at 7:42 AM, Simon Peyton Jones
<simo...@microsoft.com> wrote:
> * Anyone can write to the haskell-community list.
> * Haskell.org committee members commit to reading the haskell-community
>   list and writing to it.  That is, it's not a side-show.  The way to
>   bring something to the attention of the committee (and the wider
>   community) is to write to the list.
> * Discussion among haskell.org committee members takes place, by default,
>   on the new, public, haskell-community mailing list.  (There is still a
>   private list for members, but it is used only when there is a particular
>   reason for not conducting a conversation in public; for example when
>   debating nominations for new members of the committee.)
> Perhaps it'd be worth adding a sub-section on 
> https://wiki.haskell.org/Haskell.org_committee just to make these points?

All correct bullet points, and the wiki has been updated to talk about
the list more specifically.

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