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Re: Fedora Project Mailing Lists reminder



On Mon, 2004-05-24 at 15:00, Gene C. wrote:
> On Monday 24 May 2004 13:47, Elliot Lee wrote:
> > This is a reminder of the mailing lists for the Fedora Project, and
> > the purpose of each list. You can view this information at
> > http://fedora.redhat.com/participate/communicate/
> >
> > When you're using these mailing lists, please take the time to choose
> > the one that is most appropriate to your post. If you don't know the
> > right mailing list to use for a question or discussion, please contact
> > me. This will help you get the best possible answer for your question,
> > and keep other list subscribers happy!
> 
> I heartily agree that folks need to keep their posts On Topic for the mailing 
> list that they post their message to.  For the most part, the various mailing 
> lists have a single topic in mind (fedora-test for beta testing of new 
> releases and proposed updates, fedora-devel for future FC development, etc.).  
> However, the fedora-list mailing list has a very large volume of traffic for 
> for most individuals the signal-to-noise is not worth the effort and they 
> unsubscribe (as I have).
> 
> Suggestion: create a few more mailing lists which are targeted for specific 
> topics such as perhaps "fedora-config", "fedora-install", "fedora-hardware", 
> "fedora-applications", etc., etc.  These might not be exactly the correct 
> ones but I believe that some additional lists such as these could help by 
> having a focused mailing lists with low traffic volumes.  While this will not 
> eliminate Off Topic posts, it could help to minimize them by providing low 
> volume mailing list directed toward specific discussion areas.
> 
> Just a thought ... any comments?
you got my vote..

even this current list has 

perhaps adding a +x86_64 at the end of the current lists... to denote
the AMD64 arch... that could be my 2c

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