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Re: Extras Lists Transition Plan

On Mon, 2006-02-27 at 13:32 -0500, Warren Togami wrote:
> Ralf Corsepius wrote:
> > On Mon, 2006-02-27 at 13:07 -0500, Warren Togami wrote:
> >> Hey folks,
> > 
> >> Anybody see any huge problems here?
> > Not huge, except that I find this proposal counterproductive to FE,
> > because
> > 
> > * All on FE is about to getting competent people involved, and not to
> > hide maintainers away and give people the impression of "These dumb nuts
> > are so stupid to do the work for you".
> How is this promoting this idea?
Quite simple: People reading fedora-extras-list won't see anything about
packaging issues, however 90% of FE is about packaging.

> fedora-extras-list is supposed to be a devel discussion list,
So far, except of some guys abusing FE package submission/review as
their testbed, there is not much of actual fedora-extra development, nor
do I see substantial future FE-development.

Most of fedora extra development is packaging.

> > With your split, I fear we will soon see the fedora-list trolls popping
> > up on fedora-extras and a further decrease in quality of packages,
> > because first-time SUBMITTERS had not been confronted with packaging
> > issues in advance.
> > 
> > Ralf
> I see no real difference in splitting the current traffic of 
> fedora-extras-list into two lists.  You have the option of filtering 
> both lists into a single folder so you personally see no change.
You've got it: It doesn't matter if we have several lists or one. Users
can filter, ... so why do you want to change the status-quo?

To nag current fedora-list subscriber's with having to
re-implement/duplicate/fix their list filters and having to deal with
more mail duplicates?


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