From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-03-13 10:08:27
David Abrahams wrote:
> Daniel Frey <daniel.frey_at_[hidden]> writes:
>> Vladimir Prus wrote:
>>> Just today, somebody was not able to find a way to subscribe to
>>> Boost.Build mailing list (jamboost_at_[hidden]). I recall it's not
>>> the only domain-specific mailing list. There's boost-documentation,
>>> there's ml for Spirit, and, IIRC, for Boost.Python. I think it would be
>>> good to add information about additional list.
>>> I think that "index.html" will list "Domain-specific" under "Boost
>>> (Developers)" and "Boost Users", and mailing_lists.html will contain
>>> all further information.
>>> Is this good idea? If so, I'll go ahead and add Boost.Build ml and
>>> hopefully others add more.
> It's a good idea to reference the other lists, but I don't love that
> indexing organization. I would prefer to see a single "mailing lists"
> link on the home page which points to the mailing_lists.html page.
> That would list every mailing list with a short description which
> could help people understand what they're getting into (i.e. volume,
> topic, required level of expertise, ...)
It's OK for me either way. I'll wait for other opinions.
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