On Tue, Jul 26, 2016 at 11:38:10AM +0200, Henne Vogelsang wrote:
for the last 15 years or so I have been the admin of the openSUSE mailing list server taking care of the technical and social aspects of it. That means handling the postfix MTA, the MLM (mlmmj) and the web archive (mhonarc
- swish-e + apache). The social aspects means support for using the service (using the ml, creating new lists etc.) and handling conflicts among users (enforcing rules, trolls etc.).
In the light of the recent developments around this service I would like to find a replacement for this responsibility as soon as possible.
Sadly this task is only doable by SUSE employees because of the server location :-/ If that is not a problem for you and if you are interested to learn more about this very important openSUSE service, please contact me.
Henne, thanks a lot for your work all those years, highly appreciated! Regarding the ml admin, we can split the work into two parts, the social and the technical part. So a "social ml admin" can be pretty much everyone, without even any technical background. Regarding the "technical ml admin", I had a discussion about it today with my team, and it seems the need to be a SUSE employee is not needed any more. There are plenty of parts that are public, there are parts that can become public, and there are parts that will need to remain private. Thus, if a non-SUSE employee wants to help on this, is more than welcome and we'll be willing to collaborate to make more parts of this service public. Theo