Re: Minutes of the GNOME Board meeting 10 July 2001
- From: Havoc Pennington <hp redhat com>
- To: linas linas org (Linas Vepstas)
- Cc: Dan Mueth <d-mueth uchicago edu>, Daniel Veillard <veillard redhat com>, foundation-list gnome org, board-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Minutes of the GNOME Board meeting 10 July 2001
- Date: 16 Jul 2001 19:30:40 -0400
linas linas org (Linas Vepstas) writes:
> There seems to be a profusion of mailing lists, most of which are not
> mentioned on public web pages (e.g. the above two), and which do not
> have public archives (e.g. the above two...) Maybe that's intentional,
> but its a bit confusing.
These are both private lists. The public alias is board gnome org,
which happens to go to board-list gnome org
foundation-list and gnome-hackers are the public lists where you would
expect mails such as the one you sent April 6.
> I am reattaching the note below. Its, uhh, hopefully provocative,
> which is why I wondered why there was no reply...
I think most people would generally agree, so didn't follow up to
Our concerns are more about how to get there, and that is a very
nontrivial question (and there are very different schools of thought
within the GNOME community, several of them well-developed). Also,
this clearly can't be something that only GNOME addresses, it's a
problem that spans all of free software.
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