Ming was saying that the iet dev list is a general list for both
development work and also for help with using the product.  Unlike
most open source projects, the IET project does not have a separate
"users" list from the "dev" list, so posting your use question in the
dev list is an acceptable method of trying to obtain help - after, of
course, you've searched the iet development list archives for the
problem and determined it hasn't already been discussed.

I don't think Ming was trying to be rude - just trying to offer a
quick answer to point you back at the IET dev list. :-)


On Oct 2, 9:18 am, Ben Lake <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I'm aware of what this list is for. That is why I didn't state my
> problem and ask for help. We're in the same community so I figured I'd ask.
> I suppose I'll subscribe to the IET dev list and ask use questions then.
> Albeit that isn't usually a welcomed practice. Thanks for the info.
> Ming Zhang wrote:
> > this is open-iscsi list. not for iet.
> > On Thu, 2008-10-02 at 10:52 -0400, Ben Lake wrote:
> >> I'm curious if anyone has located a resource to get help with problems
> >> using iscsitarget? All I see is a development mailing list and haven't
> > that list is for both use and development. u should search list archive
> > and see if your problem solved already.
> >> found an IRC group or anything. I have an issue Google isn't helping
> >> with. Any ideas as to where you've found help would be appreciated.
> >> Cheers,
> > >
>  smime.p7s
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