[yocto-ab] Yocto Project mailing lists -- migration to groups.io
nicolas.dechesne at linaro.org
Wed May 15 06:05:55 PDT 2019
hi Trevor, (and Sean who brought up the same question to me directly!)
thanks for your answers. I am aware that some lists are not used
anymore. However the process will involve moving all lists at once,
and even though lists are 'inactive' we want to preserve
archives/history. We might consider 'closing' them after the migration
to groups.io by making them "read only".
Daniel: there is no requirement to use/have mailing for each meta repository!
On Tue, May 14, 2019 at 6:04 PM Daniel Dragomir
<daniel.dragomir at windriver.com> wrote:
> Hi Nicolas!
> It's ok to drop meta-lsi mailing list. The meta repository was renamed
> to meta-axxia, but the mailing list remains the same. Since there is
> almost none external contribution, there is no need to create a new
> mailing list for meta-axxia. Unless it's mandatory to have a mailing
> list for each meta repository.
> On 14.05.2019 18:29, Trevor Woerner wrote:
> > Hi Nicolas,
> > Thank you for taking this on.
> > On Thu 2019-05-09 @ 11:07:37 PM, Nicolas Dechesne wrote:
> >> As approved by the YP Advisory board in the past, we are transitioning
> >> from mailman to groups.io to manage our mailing lists. This change
> >> will affect *all* lists maintained on lists.yoctoproject.org
> >> (https://lists.yoctoproject.org/).
> > Would this be a good time to consider retiring some of those lists?
> > E.g.
> > - shoeleather
> > - intel-iot-refkit
> > - meta-lsi
> > - meta-mentor
> > Also, if eclipse is being dropped, perhaps the "eclipse-yocto" ML is also on
> > the radar?
> > Best regards,
> > Trevor
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