On Tue 07 Aug 2007 at 04:29PM, Nils Nieuwejaar wrote:
> On Tue 08/07/07 at 16:18 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> > Discussion on the OGB-discuss list regarding creating a LDOM (Logical
> > Domain) Community, has again brought up the question of whether to form a
> > combined virtualization community group. (With XEN, LDOM, and Zones all
> > being working groups in the CG, and individual projects likely falling
> > within the scope of a working group.).
> > 
> > To do this we would need buy-in from the existing XEN and Zones community
> > groups, as it would be relatively pointless to do this without these them.
> > 
> > I am not aware of any major reasons that someone might be opposed to this.
> > Please feel free to either voice your support or opposition. (Also, I think
> > it would add some weight to the proposal if community group leaders and core
> > contributers are willing to sponsor this change.)
> I think we went through this a couple of months ago, and all the interested
> parties were fine with that idea.  I don't remember any official word as to
> why the idea was scuttled.

Yeah, me too.

To respond to Ellard's point: Communities can host multiple mailing
lists.  So "zones-discuss" will stay "zones-discuss", etc.


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