[sword-devel] New Sword Website: Drum roll please...
Tue, 10 Jul 2001 14:47:14 -0700
I will change your e-mail on the site. This is a good time for me to ask
if I need to change anyone elses info that is on the site.
The sword-volunteer mailing list would be for coordinating mostly the
non-technical volunteers that do not really want to have to drudge through
the sword-devel e-mails. Software developers and testers would obviously
want to subscribe to sword-devel but translators, writers, and graphic
designers would not want to get all the mail which they have no idea about.
If they receive a task that they need to know what is going on and need to
coordinate with developers, etc. then they can subscribe to the sword-devel
mailing list for the time they are working on the task. It would be a good
idea to have a list just for project steering decisions, then all members
can discuss that.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris Little" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, July 10, 2001 2:06 PM
Subject: RE: [sword-devel] New Sword Website: Drum roll please...
> First, I'd just like to say that the site looks awesome as everyone else
> has stated.
> I've only noticed a couple things that need changing.
> The Mailing List FAQ says we have 3 mailing lists then lists 4 mailing
> lists. I guess sword-volunteer needs to be created also. We might want
> to think about how we want to split the lists if this is something we
> desire to do. I'm not entirely clear on who would want to join one
> versus the other. I would think developers would want to keep an ear to
> the sword-volunteer and that everyone would want to watch the
> sword-devel list simply because it's where steering issues are decided.
> Maybe we ought to split off a sword-steering list for non-technical
> steering issues? Or leave everything glommed together? :) I realize
> it's a difficult issue because people don't want massive amounts of
> email about which they don't care or that they can't understand.
> The only other thing is that I'd like to request my email address be
> changed to firstname.lastname@example.org on the developer/leader pages. It's
> just a professionalism & uniformity thing, even if it does forward to
> chiasma.org. :)