I forwarded the notice to openSUSE Chinese user group in IRC and
Telegram a week ago (mostly Simplified Chinese users, not much
Traditional Chinese users). We have an active community on other
channels: IRC, Telegram and forum. So this mail list is not important
anymore. Nobody against the decision of closing mail list (most even
don't know we have such a mail list), as long as you keep old
So at least for Simplified Chinese users, it is okay to do so.
Stefan Knorr <sknorr(a)suse.de> 于2018年7月13日周五 下午1:25写道：
On 13/07/18 12:30, Christian Boltz wrote:
Actually we took the recent activity on
opensuse-doc as a reason not to
close it - our goal is to close only unused, "superfluous" lists ;-)
(Sorry, I should have written about that as a follow-up of Per's mail.)
If you still think closing this list and moving over to opensuse-
translation is the better idea, please tell me ;-)
Ultimately, I am not sure if we really need this list in addition to
opensuse-translation. I somewhat like the idea of uncluttering
a bit and steering people to more active lists.
I have no strong opinion on this though.
We had a bit of a discussion internally in the SUSE documentation team
and there were no objections to having the list closed. Again, no strong
However, if there are community members that feel that this list
fulfills a worthwhile purpose beyond the scope of os-translation, please
speak up ~now.
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