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Re: [Xen-API] Mailing list spring clean

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Subject: Re: [Xen-API] Mailing list spring clean
From: George Shuklin <george.shuklin@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 09 Mar 2011 04:41:18 +0300
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Wow, so many lists exists...

Well, I think with current level of activity xen-api, xen-devel and xen-users (and bot-driven xen-bugs) seems be fine.

There is one subtle problem I meet while starting to research Xen: there is no user community for XCP, and xen-api mail lists seems confusing for people, who just only downloads Xen Cloud Platform... I think here must be something like xcp-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx. The questions about XCP is pretty specific to be discussed in xen-users and can be slightly noobie for xen-api.

On 08.03.2011 17:21, Lars Kurth wrote:
Hi everybody,

spring is coming, which is an excellent opportunity to retire old and inactive mailing lists. Too many lists confuse users. If lists are not active people may even get frustrated as they may not get an answer when posting to the wrong list.

My proposal is to retire the mailing lists listed below, as they have not been active for some time or get posts which should really be posted in another list. We would retire lists in such a way that the lists are deleted, but such that the archives are still available.

If you have any objections to the proposal, please fill out the following form (http://xen.org/polls/mailinglist_springclean_2011.html) by March 31st,  providing your name, e-mail and the mailing lists you want to keep and press submit.

Lists for projects which have completed some time ago:
  • Cloud-devel
  • ova-devel
  • xense-devel
  • xen-smartio
  • xen-ppc-devel
  • xen-cim
Lists that have become obsolete as discussions happen elsewhere
(e.g. on blogs, other mailing lists or IRC)
  • xen-announce
  • xen-community
Lists with a specific focus
(e.g. in practice either xen-devel, xen-api or xen-users has been used for these for some time)
  • xen-tools
  • xen-test
  • xen-merge 
  • xm-test-devel
  • xm-test-changelog
Best Regards

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