On 09/27/2016 03:50 AM, The Lee-Man wrote: > Christoph Hellwig suggested we do away with the open-iscsi google group > (this group) and use linux-scsi. > > Any thoughts on this? (removed others on the cc list). > Well, there still _is_ a reason to have a list for discussing open-iscsi userland. We have a similar situation on dm-devel, which is used to discuss both the kernel side (ie drivers/md/dm-*) and the userspace tooling. But I'm not really in favour of that; it's occasionally confusing if a particular post relies to the kernel or userland. So I'm more in favour to use linux-scsi for the kernel-related stuff and keep another group (like this one) for userland tools.
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