[pydotorg-www] Managing infrastructure information: PSF Systems Trac instance

Doug Hellmann doug.hellmann at gmail.com
Thu Aug 4 20:27:05 CEST 2011

On Aug 4, 2011, at 2:22 PM, skip at pobox.com wrote:

>    Doug> In the interest of making sure the interested parties see all the
>    Doug> messages related to the migration project, Noah and I agreed to
>    Doug> use the infrastructure at python.org mailing list to communicate, for
>    Doug> now. That gives us a single archive, and most of the interested
>    Doug> parties are already on that list. (If/when we move the python.org
>    Doug> mail server we may need some other list for a short time, but
>    Doug> we'll deal with that when the time comes.)
>    Doug> If you are interested in participating or following the project,
>    Doug> please join infrastructure at python.org. When we need specific
>    Doug> information, we will contact other teams via their "native"
>    Doug> mailing lists, or one-on-one, so don't worry about being left out
>    Doug> if you *aren't* interesting in following the whole thing.
> Sorry, what is "the project"?  Why would pydotorg or pydotorg-www have not
> been good enough to discuss website topics?

We are working on migrating to new hosting (either in addition to or instead of XS4ALL, to be decided). That goes beyond the web site itself, although obviously the web data is a big part of the migration.

> Can we please stop increasing the number of mailing lists which deal with
> python.org web presence?  We've managed pretty well with a single mailing
> list, python-dev, for discussing all concrete matters of Python
> development.  I can't see that the web sites need more than that.
> Skip

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