[Listwork] EN] Mailing List Consolidation Proposal -- Discussion and Clarification
guamanian at telus.net
Mon Jul 12 15:31:02 PDT 2004
The proposal may not be a good idea, but it is a serious proposal.
Here is the history:
bht first raised it on the listwork list in June:
Then I supported it in a post later that month:
Then jb told me to take it to imc-process:
So I did:
Then the wiki page was created, I believe, by JohnWindmueller:
Then I posted the 'list-of-lists' message, which attempted to clarify
which lists were included in the proposal:
Since then, I've received feedback on which lists are being used, and I
plan to follow up with a revised list of exactly which lists should be
included in the proposal.
If I have misunderstood the procedure for making a proposal, or if I
have mis-communicated bht's original intention, or otherwise screwed up,
it is not intentional it is due to my being new at working at the
Solidarity and Apologies;
> i've been asked on #tech if that's an official proposal of listwork...
> well, no, it's not.
> closing a significant number of usefull doesnt seem a good idea to me.
> it's probably a joke or something.
> jb (one of listwork)
> On Mon, Jul 12, 2004 at 09:53:34AM -0700, Guamanian wrote:
>>[EN] Here is some information on the Mailing List Consolidation
>>proposal, that is currently posted at
>>http://docs.indymedia.org/view/Global/ListRestructuringProposal for a
>>decision by the members of the process list. If approved, the plan will
>>eliminate most of the global mailing lists.
>>[ES] Aquí está una cierta información sobre la oferta de la
>>consolidación de la lista que envía, de que es fijada actualmente en
>>http://docs.indymedia.org/view/Global/ListRestructuringProposal para una
>>decisión por los miembros de la lista de proceso. Si está aprobado, el
>>plan eliminará la mayoría de las listas que envían globales.
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