Split of PUPS mail list??

Robin Birch robin at falstaf.demon.co.uk
Wed Jan 27 09:46:16 AEST 1999

In message <199901262244.JAA05790 at henry.cs.adfa.edu.au>, Warren Toomey
<wkt at henry.cs.adfa.edu.au> writes
>       Both Steven Schultz and Johnny Billquist have suggested a split
>of the existing PUPS mailing list into a number of mailing lists. As the
>maintainer of the list, I am not in a position to force a decision either
>way: instead, I think it should be driven by the list members.
>Please email me your suggestions, desires etc w.r.t this issue. I will
>post a summary sometime next week, and we can then decide what to do.
>Many thanks,
>       Warren

I vote for a split, if only to make the filing easier.  If people feel
as strongly as some do about not wanting one of the lists then fine,
that makes it easier.

Something similar is in place at NetBSD if you want just notices, posts
on one type of OS or whatever.


Robin Birch     robin at falstaf.demon.co.uk

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