[pydotorg-www] Docs development entrypoint (Was: [docs] Mailing list dead pile and private lists)
mfoord at python.org
Sun Apr 25 16:54:14 CEST 2010
On 25/04/2010 15:49, skip at pobox.com wrote:
> >> That is the intent of sigs. They are there for awhile to serve their
> >> function, then they go away. Practically speaking, they go dormant.
> >> Their archives remain. We haven't always adhered to that convention
> >> (e.g., pythonmac-sig isn't going away anytime soon), but that is/was
> >> its intent.
> Michael> pythonmac-sig is active - at least sporadically (several
> Michael> threads in the last week).
> Sorry if I was unclear. Despite its "-sig" suffix it was never intended to
> be a short-lived mailing list.
Ah, re-reading what you wrote that is clearer. I don't think "short
lived" is part of the intent of even the majority of sigs though -
catalog-sig is active and long lived, so is edu-sig, so is
distutils-sig, so is email-sig, so is web-sig (and so on).
So anatoly's original hypothesis that most of the sigs are defunct is
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