ivgalvez at gmail
Jun 27, 2012, 1:54 PM
Post #3 of 14
This was actually my fault. After several hours for processing the submissions, preparing the wiki and the final announcement, I totally forgot about sending it to the mailing list.
Indeed, Woody's proposal seems perfect. Who's actually the administrator for mailing lists?
On mié, 27 de jun de 2012 20:34:10 WEST, S. Howard <howards [at] gmx> wrote:
> On 27/06/2012 19:17, Craig Woodward wrote:
> > I think part of the issue is that there are so many channels, and so
> > much info goes through, that it's easy to miss things. That is, in
> > fact, a good reason to have the mailing list, since it seems to catch
> > the attention of everyone on it, being a less "noisy" medium.
> > The CA results were posted to the community blog initially, which
> > creates a TMO item automatically. It was also updated on the wiki,
> > where submissions were being collected, and announced on IRC. It was
> > not properly announced here on the mailing list, which is frankly our
> > bad, it should have been. Understand, we're all human here, and at
> > times forget if we've done something or not.
> > I think the best solution here is to find a way to help prevent this
> > mistake from happening again. Perhaps a nice solution for this would
> > be to subscribe the community mailing list to the Council Blog feed.
> > That allows an automated way for important messages to have one source
> > and propagate to multiple venues in a way that we can't accidentally
> > forget. Currently that gets the occasional announcement for odd
> > events (like CA, CC, etc) and Council meeting minutes. Does that
> > sound reasonable?
> > -Craig
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