On Wed, 2004-02-25 at 14:37, William Hooper wrote: > Bart Martens said: > > > How about doing the announcements of test updates in fedora-list, to get > > people not following fedora-test-list to try the updates, and ask to > > discuss test results on fedora-test-list? > > When people insist on posting FC2Test1 things to the Fedora-list now? I > don't think that will work. There must be some misunderstanding. I agree with you that FC2 related discussions don't belong on fedora-list. With "test updates" I meant "candidates for released-updates". > FC1 Updates-testing stuff has been posted to this list since the start and > just now has become a problem? If you make this list a "test distro > release" only list then it will be dead every time between releases. I > personally don't see a problem with putting "updates-testing" and "test > distro release" in one list because generally when one is gaining traffic > the other will be waining. I'd like to think that people testing stuff > are smart enough to read the subject lines and post what release they are > talking about :-) You seem to be replying to something written by someone else. I agree with you that FC1 updates-testing should be discussed on fedora-test-list. I agree with you that fedora-test-list is suitable for discussing both FC1 testing and FC2 testing.
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