proposal: feed smaller mailing lists into linux-kernel, add linux-kernel-core and linux-kernel-bugs

proposal: feed smaller mailing lists into linux-kernel, add linux-kernel-core and linux-kernel-bugs

Post by Benjamin LaHais » Fri, 21 Dec 2001 16:10:08



Hello Dave,

In light of some of the earlier comments in the various threads, I'd like to
start feeding postings from linux-mm and linux-aio back into linux-kernel
to encourage more widespread distribution of highly specific mumblings to the
community at large.  Along this lines, I also would like a couple of more
specific mailing lists to be added: linux-kernel-core and linux-kernel-bugs
to help readers in classifying the traffic.  Thoughts?

                -ben
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proposal: feed smaller mailing lists into linux-kernel, add linux-kernel-core and linux-kernel-bugs

Post by David S. Mille » Fri, 21 Dec 2001 16:40:09


Absolutely no way.  Forwarding "all the little other lists" into
linux-kernel is not going to make things better.
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proposal: feed smaller mailing lists into linux-kernel, add linux-kernel-core and linux-kernel-bugs

Post by Rik van Rie » Fri, 21 Dec 2001 20:50:14



> Along this lines, I also would like a couple of more specific mailing
> lists to be added: linux-kernel-core and linux-kernel-bugs to help
> readers in classifying the traffic.  Thoughts?

I'd much rather have people add specific tags to the
subject of their emails, like:

[BUG]  [PATCH]  [RFC]  [ANN]  etc....

cheers,

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1. MAILING-LIST: Linux kernels by mail

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line:

subscribe linux-kernel-announce

        or

subscribe linux-kernel-patch

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