[RFC] Translation language mailing lists: svnbook-LOCALECODE at red-bean.com

dmitriy dmitriy.lopatko at gmail.com
Sat Dec 10 09:02:14 CST 2005

If migration of subscribers base and the list of moderators does not
represent complexity, could you, Max, create Russian-speaking mailing list
on red-bean.com?

Whether migration means closing of the old mailing list -
l10-ru at subversion.tigris.org? If yes, then certainly it would be desirable
to transfer existing archive of messages. Though, transfer of messages
archive would be not bad in any case. So, if necessary, translation group
could continue discussion of old subjects in new list.

On 12/4/05, Max Bowsher <maxb1 at ukf.net> wrote:
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> dmitriy wrote:
> >>dmitriy wrote:
> >>
> >>>It will be absolutely new mailing list or moderators and base of
> >>>subscribers will be saved?
> >>
> >>
> >>With no context, and with other discussion having happened since, it is
> >>hard to tell exactly what you are asking about.
> >>
> >>But certainly, it is trivial to save and restore lists of subscribers
> >>and moderators.
> >
> >
> > I have in view saving base of subscribers of mailing list
> > l10-ru at subversion.tigris.org.
> >
> > If it is possible to transfer this base to new list
> > svnbook-ru at red-bean.com   then, probably really it is more logical to
> > transfer discussion of translation of the book to red-bean.com.
> Subscriber lists are easy.
> Archives can probably be done too, with a bit of work.
> > PS: You don't need to CC'ed mail to me personally, i am subscribed to
> this list.
> Set a Reply-to header, and my MUA will respect it.
> Otherwise, you are relying on my memory for who is and isn't on the
> list, which clearly I can't hope to remember for every list I am on.
> Max.
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