Am 2019-11-10 13:48, schrieb Carlos E. R.:
mail servers are run by SUSE-IT.
But why? There is no need for this, if (someone from) the Heroes takes over.
Same for the public DNS, btw.
I understand there is no infraestructure for it.
I was long enough in the team to know that there IS infrastructure for it. * VMs should not be a problem: could be created, if needed * official IPs are available (even in two different countries) * software (postfix/exim, bind, dnsmasq, powerdns, ...) is available on our distribution
It just needs someone who takes over and implements what is needed.
On the other hand, some months ago there was a proposal to separate the oo.mail to somewhere else, and not enough people wanted it, so nothing was done.
Well: this proposal wanted to give the users data out to another company. If the heroes set up an independent Email (and DNS) system, all data is still where it belongs to (means: Heroes/openSUSE administrate the Email alias table, logs and DNS entries).