Magnus Boman wrote:
On Tue, 2009-01-20 at 11:27 +0100, Henne Vogelsang
Stephan Binner wrote:
On Monday, 19. January 2009 22:22:16 Hans Petter
Hi, I'd like for a new topic mailing list,
"opensuse-performance", to be
created. We'll use it to coordinate our work towards making openSUSE
We had opensuse-optimize list - which was closed due to lack of traffic:
Do we need a new list for every few new posts?
I dont think so no. HPJ: Why cant we discuss these issues on
Because most discussions ends up being something completely different
from the topic.
On opensuse-factory? Sorry this is not true.
There are countless things to be done to make
boot faster, perform better etc, so why not have a separate ML for it?
Because we already have a list that fits perfectly. Dead lists are a
very ugly thing to have and to get rid of. We already have way too many
Experience (I'm doing this since 7+ years) shows that lists for a
specific task tend to go dead as soon as its done or people change.
Just because there was no interest in the past
doesn't mean that it wont
happen this time around.
Oh there was interest in opensuse-optimize. Very much so. It was THE hip
project in the beginning of opensuse. It went dead after people
integrated their ideas into the distribution. So did the list.
The policy when it comes to IRC is "better to
create too many, than too
few" so why not the same with ML's?
This is certainly not, and never was, my policy :)
Henne Vogelsang, openSUSE.
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