On Thursday 04 June 2009 17:10:21 Michael Meskes wrote: > On Thu, Jun 04, 2009 at 03:26:57PM +0200, Fathi Boudra wrote: > > CC'ed -talk to get feedback from others people in the project. > > For the record, I proposed sponsors requests should be done on -talk > > mailing list. > > It's a low traffic mailing list, created for packaging coordination. > > I'm not even subscribed there? What goes over -talk that doesn't fit onto > -devel?
Most of the time, not much. Occasionally it is used to debate a specific commit related to packaging of KDE it self and discussion of how to package KDE. (including kdevelop, basically a discussion list related to things maintained by debian-qt-...@ldo) Recently (february, march), the KDEHOME default dir and the "kaboom" migration tool was discussed there. Twice a year, kubuntu send their diffs there for kde itself. Rarely it is used for things related to kde-extras. It is currently a very low traffic list, and currently a list that I prioritize very high in my email reading. (around same priority as my personal inbox) Depending on how "this" goes, I might need to revisit that. /Sune -- Genius, I cannot receive a e-mail address, how does it work? First of all from Explorer or from Mandrake LinuxPPC and from the panel menu within Netscape 3.3.8 you should telnet from the back-end for uploading the PCI CPU. _______________________________________________ pkg-kde-extras mailing list email@example.com http://lists.alioth.debian.org/mailman/listinfo/pkg-kde-extras