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From <Jan.Mate...@rzf.fin-nrw.de>
Subject AW: Ivy mailing list organisation
Date Fri, 12 Oct 2007 17:38:14 GMT
>> > maybe we could create the following lists
>> >
>> > ant-bugs (gump, bugzilla, (what bug platform is ivy on?))
>> > ant-commits (svn commits from both ivy and ant)
>> > ant-dev (development discussion on both ivy and ant)
>> > ant-user (as-is for the users)
>> > ivy-user (as-is for the users)
>>
>> works for me (but I probably wouldn't split bugs and commits at all).
>> And instead of ant-dev, dev@ant as it is right now.
>>
>> Ivy uses JIRA and Xavier is the admin IIRC.
>
>
>Fine for me too, and I agree with Stefan, I wouldn't split 
>bugs and commits.
>There's also yet another notification e-mail kind: wiki 
>notifications. Where
>would they fall in?


Both projects (Ant and Ivy) have the same mail-origins. So we could also
do:
- wiki                          --->  wiki@ant     ivy-wiki@ant
- bugtracking (Bugzilla + JIRA) --->  bugs@ant     ivy-bugs@ant
- Users                         --->  users@ant    ivy-users@ant
- Developers                    --->  dev@ant      ivy-dev@ant
- Usage of Gump                 --->  gump@ant     (ivy-gump@ant)
maybe only one
- Subversion                    --->  commits@ant  (ivy-commits@ant)
maybe only one

total 10-12 mailinglists


Jan

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