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Complete with following configuration:
* Added Leslie as admin, since I know she's helping run the call for
* Configured list for open inbound as per:
* Set a few other variables, which you are welcome to tweak:
description, info, admin_notify_mchanges, max_message_size to 500 KB,
accept_these_nonmembers to yes (as per above),
respond_to_post_requests to No (as per above.)
* Subbed the moderators & myself (laziness) & a few of my teammates
who work on oVirt (dneary, jbrooks)
Elapsed time - end of previous email sent to this list and when this
one was sent, including above time to detail/document this specific
Considering we follow a similar process, this can be considered the
approximate minimum-time to complete this task.
- - Karsten
On 08/13/2012 06:36 PM, Karsten 'quaid' Wade wrote:
On 08/13/2012 04:00 PM, Chris Wright wrote:
> Can someone create a mailing list called workshop-pc(a)ovirt.org?
> We can use this for the upcoming Barcelona workshop program
> committee to organize themselves.
Great idea. I'll do this right now. Quick question - what does
'pc' stand for?
For the future, anyone with 'sudo' on lists.ovirt.org
can make a
mailing list, and here is our helpful procedural:
It takes <5 min to create a list, so it's an easy task for anyone
** Some questions for the Infra team **
What would be a way for this task to be available for a new
contributor to do?
Can we make a 'newadmins' group and give limited sudo access to
that group? Limited being, "run executables from
/usr/lib/mailman/bin/.*", for example.
What should the approval procedure for a new list be? Do you want
this to be an Infra decision? Should the request/discussion be on
arch@ or board@ or the project list e.g. engine-devel@?
- Karsten _______________________________________________ Infra
mailing list Infra(a)ovirt.org
Karsten 'quaid' Wade, Sr. Analyst - Community Growth
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