[pydotorg-www] [docs] Mailing list dead pile and private lists (Was: python.org ecosystem)
georg at python.org
Sun Apr 25 12:08:00 CEST 2010
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Am 25.04.2010 10:11, schrieb anatoly techtonik:
> On Fri, Apr 23, 2010 at 11:16 PM, Aahz <aahz at pythoncraft.com> wrote:
>> Martin already mentioned mail.python.org, but I wanted to highlight it
>> because it has an HTTP server for Mailman, so it contains all the mailing
>> list archives and going to http://mail.python.org/ shows the public
>> mailing lists.
> The important part of it is that private archives are not listed.
> For example docs at python.org (or is it doc at python.org?) is almost
> impossible for volunteer to discover that it is possible to
> participate. There is also Doc-SIG, but it is not very active.
> So, I propose to review current SIGs ML, private ML and merge/remove
> or archive dead ML.
> The question to whatever to make docs/doc@ public is for Georg. I
> can't insist on things I am not actively participate in.
I've already decided to make the docs archives public. However, the
previous archives have to be removed first; like for pydotorg, I do
not want them to be publicly available when the senders thought
otherwise. As soon as the postmasters have archived the archive :)
the new archives will be public.
As for doc-SIG and docs at python.org: the former is for the discussion
of the "how" of our documentation -- how to write it, how to build it,
what features it should have. The latter is for day-to-day handling
of issues and reports/comments people send to docs at python.org. Think
of it like the difference between python-dev and the tracker/checkins
Also, if you want to post more to docs at python.org, I would recommend
to subscribe, otherwise I'll have to moderate all your posts.
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