KDE mailing lists - a few questions

Trever Fischer tdfischer at fedoraproject.org
Wed May 30 21:13:39 BST 2012


On Wed, 2012-05-23 at 14:36 +0200, Sebastian K├╝gler wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> Here's a braindump of the ones I know.
> 
> On Tuesday, May 22, 2012 09:48:49 Myriam Schweingruber wrote:
> > akademy-sponsoring
> 
> Private since financial data / sponsoring is being discussed.
> 
> > akademy-talks
> 
> Discussions among the programme committee are traditionally private among that 
> committee.
> 
> > campkde-organizers
> 
> Private since financial data / sponsoring is being discussed.
> 
> > community-wg
> 
> Private since personal things are being discussed. The CWG has a clear privacy 
> policy, please refer to that.
> 
> > dot-editors
> 
> Strategic / marketing role.
> 
> > ds-announce
> > ds-discuss
> > ds-marketing
> > ds-sponsoring
> > ds-talks
> > ds-team
> > grancanaria
> > k16
> 
> Those can probably go away.
> 
> > kde-connect-team
> 
> Business / financial / strategic stuff, I suppose.
> 
> > kde-enterprise-web
> > kde-ev-campaign
> 
> Not sure
> 
> > kde-ev-hiring
> 
> Legal privacy requirement
> 
> > kde-ev-membership
> 
> Conscious decision by the community
> 
> > kde-events-au
> 
> Still needed?
> 
> > kde-hci
> 
> Can go away, most likely.
> 
> > kde-mirrors
> > kde-packager
> 
> Prereleases of packages, secure channel to distro packagers.
> 
> > kde-pim-meeting
> 
> > kde-pr
> 
> For private press inquiries
> 
> > kde-press-announce
> 
> Private by design (contains scoops, non-public information)
> 
> > kde-soc-mentor
> 
> Private by requirments of SoC
> 
> > kde-webmaster
> 
> Private for legal requirements (emailing to webmaster at kde.org doesn't indicate 
> the email is being published, we had problems with this in the past)
> 
> > khtml-devel
> > koffice
> > konq-bugs
> > kontact
> 
> Oversight?
> 
> > mailman
> 
> Could be security, but dunno.

http://www.gnu.org/software/mailman/mailman-install/site-list.html#site-list

Its pretty much a glimpse into mailman's implementation. Not super
critical to security, but no reason to make it public.

> 
> Cheers,






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