Re: [cellml-discussion] [team-cellml] @cellml.org addresses

2007-06-25 Thread Matt
This seems like it's going in circles. I'm not really sure why anyone would want to contact us personally with something they didn't want to send to the list. Thinking about this more we should probably try: 1) cellml-discussion@cellml.org 2) [EMAIL PROTECTED] - for specific enquiries that you

Re: [cellml-discussion] [team-cellml] @cellml.org addresses

2007-06-25 Thread Matt
On 6/25/07, David Nickerson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Matt wrote: This seems like it's going in circles. I'm not really sure why anyone would want to contact us personally with something they didn't want to send to the list. Thinking about this more we should probably try: 1)

Re: [cellml-discussion] [team-cellml] @cellml.org addresses

2007-06-25 Thread David Nickerson
Matt wrote: On 6/25/07, David Nickerson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Matt wrote: This seems like it's going in circles. I'm not really sure why anyone would want to contact us personally with something they didn't want to send to the list. Thinking about this more we should probably try: 1)

Re: [cellml-discussion] [team-cellml] @cellml.org addresses

2007-06-25 Thread Matt
On 6/25/07, David Nickerson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Matt wrote: On 6/25/07, David Nickerson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Matt wrote: This seems like it's going in circles. I'm not really sure why anyone would want to contact us personally with something they didn't want to send to the

Re: [cellml-discussion] [team-cellml] @cellml.org addresses

2007-06-25 Thread David Nickerson
a catchall for the whole team for example, I don't really know who I would want to bother personally if I had a personal problem with the sbml site or wanted to invite the team to a conference, or was rejected from the mailing list, etx; I would just use the Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] link

Re: [cellml-discussion] [team-cellml] @cellml.org addresses

2007-06-25 Thread David Nickerson
Matt wrote: This seems like it's going in circles. I'm not really sure why anyone would want to contact us personally with something they didn't want to send to the list. Thinking about this more we should probably try: 1) cellml-discussion@cellml.org 2) [EMAIL PROTECTED] - for specific

Re: [cellml-discussion] [team-cellml] @cellml.org addresses

2007-06-25 Thread James Lawson
Matt wrote: This seems like it's going in circles. I'm not really sure why anyone would want to contact us personally with something they didn't want to send to the list. Wasn't this originally your suggestion? Thinking about this more we should probably try: 1)

Re: [cellml-discussion] [team-cellml] @cellml.org addresses

2007-06-25 Thread Matt
On 6/26/07, James Lawson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: David Nickerson wrote: Matt wrote: This seems like it's going in circles. I'm not really sure why anyone would want to contact us personally with something they didn't want to send to the list. Thinking about this more we should probably

Re: [cellml-discussion] [team-cellml] @cellml.org addresses

2007-06-25 Thread Matt
I still don't like the idea of a 'core project team' simply because that would require defining what the core project is, and it would appear to then give exclusive domain over such aspects to a limited set of people. In some sense, my objection is that the CellML 'project' is not strictly

Re: [cellml-discussion] [team-cellml] @cellml.org addresses

2007-06-25 Thread Matt
events like the CellML Workshop. There is also the members directory for everyone who has an account on cellml.org. But is that available to visitors and other members? You can view: http://www.cellml.org/Members/member_search_results without being logged in (of course, you would

Re: [cellml-discussion] [team-cellml] @cellml.org addresses

2007-06-25 Thread Andrew Miller
Matt wrote: I still don't like the idea of a 'core project team' simply because that would require defining what the core project is, and it would appear to then give exclusive domain over such aspects to a limited set of people. In some sense, my objection is that the CellML 'project' is not

Re: [cellml-discussion] [team-cellml] @cellml.org addresses

2007-06-24 Thread David Nickerson
In terms of the policy for allocating addresses, we don't want to become a free e-mail redirection host for anyone on the Internet, but I think as long as someone at least has some connection with CellML, they should be allowed an alias (subject to review of what that alias is to ensure

Re: [cellml-discussion] [team-cellml] @cellml.org addresses

2007-06-24 Thread James Lawson
Andrew Miller wrote: James Lawson wrote: David Nickerson wrote: I see the project team is being the core management team for the CellML project - essentially the group that should be making the decisions when consensus can't be reached and setting the goals for the future of the

Re: [cellml-discussion] [team-cellml] @cellml.org addresses

2007-06-24 Thread James Lawson
The reason I thought this topic was appropriate for team-cellml, is because it is specifically talking about our project team. David Nickerson wrote: I see the project team is being the core management team for the CellML project - essentially the group that should be making the decisions when

Re: [cellml-discussion] [team-cellml] @cellml.org addresses

2007-06-24 Thread Andrew Miller
James Lawson wrote: See below... Andrew Miller wrote: David Nickerson wrote: I see the project team is being the core management team for the CellML project - essentially the group that should be making the decisions when consensus can't be reached and setting the goals for the

Re: [cellml-discussion] [team-cellml] @cellml.org addresses

2007-06-24 Thread David Brooks
See below... On 25/06/2007 4:32 p.m., Andrew Miller wrote: James Lawson wrote: Andrew Miller wrote: I don't think we should use the word 'project team' because there is no formal project team. Perhaps we can just have a list of people categorised by their interest in the CellML

Re: [cellml-discussion] [team-cellml] @cellml.org addresses

2007-06-24 Thread Andrew Miller
David Brooks wrote: See below... On 25/06/2007 4:32 p.m., Andrew Miller wrote: James Lawson wrote: Andrew Miller wrote: I don't think we should use the word 'project team' because there is no formal project team. Perhaps we can just have a list of people categorised by their