On Sat, Mar 20, 2010 at 9:19 AM, Richard Hainsworth
<rich...@rusrating.ru> wrote:
> Re-posting to list.
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject:        Re: Where's the release announcement?
> Date:   Sat, 20 Mar 2010 07:39:17 +0300
> From:   Richard Hainsworth <rich...@rusrating.ru>
> To:     Darren Duncan <dar...@darrenduncan.net>
> References:     <4ba329a0.7030...@rusrating.ru>
> <4ba32f1e.70...@darrenduncan.net>
> <a45468e31003190603l65d068fqa695e0bb34174...@mail.gmail.com>
> <4ba3c76e.1050...@darrenduncan.net>
> But I have no messages at all for March 18!
> Before posting to the list, I asked on #perl6 about the announcement, and at
> least one other person responded that they had seen no announcement on p6l.
> Actually, I dont particularly care either way about the announcement as I
> update perl6 from git. Its just that the absence of a milestone announcement
> is a sort of benchmark. I think I am having some sort of email reception
> problem. I am not sure where in the chain it is occurring. Hence, I wanted
> to know whether the release was posted to p6l. If yes, then why do I not see
> it in my in-box? I also suspected my anti-spam software, but I think I have
> ruled that out.
> Another comment on #perl6 indicated that there were some weird timing
> problems and that p6l was being moderated. Just raising a red flag.
> So basically it seems that there might be something akilter with the p6l
> distribution system.
> Richard
> Darren Duncan wrote:
>> Will Coleda wrote:
>>> On Fri, Mar 19, 2010 at 4:00 AM, Darren Duncan <dar...@darrenduncan.net>
>>> wrote:
>>>> Richard Hainsworth wrote:
>>>>> Is there a glitch in the mail list system for p6l? I got the Copenhagen
>>>>> release announcement on the parrot developers list but not on p6l.
>>>> Maybe there aren't Parrot release announcements on p6l because they
>>>> aren't
>>>> as directly relevant as say on p6c.  In some ways, having Parrot release
>>>> announcements on p6l is about as relevant as having Perl 5 release
>>>> announcements on mailing lists for individual Perl modules, or DBI
>>>> release
>>>> announcements on the DBIx-Class list, say. -- Darren Duncan
>>> FYI, Copenhagen was a Rakudo release, not a parrot release.
>> Ah yes, that's 2 mistakes I made.  I read the original message as Richard
>> saying he saw the Rakudo Copenhagen release on both p6l and the Parrot list
>> but only saw the Parrot 2.2 on the Parrot list.  In any event, to address
>> the original question, Rakudo #27 Copenhagen was announced on p6l on March
>> 18th. -- Darren Duncan

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