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Re: Close down glibc-sc mailing list.

On 19 Jan 2016 23:43, Carlos O'Donell wrote:
> On 01/19/2016 06:45 PM, Paul Eggert wrote:
> > On 01/19/2016 03:04 PM, Mark Brown wrote:
> >> I think that there are some preparatory, diplomatic steps that
> >> would need to be taken first.
> > 
> > I agree. Although I don't see the need to devote a list to informal
> > back-channel communication (I already get too much email like that as
> > it is and I'm sure you do too...), there are occasions where such
> > communication can be helpful. Perhaps we can suggest that FSF
> > leadership simply contact us privately as needed if there's something
> > that calls out for privacy. If they don't know offhand which of us
> > would be best to contact about a particular matter, I suppose they
> > can just contact (sigh) me.
> They should contact *anyone* who is a steward for the glibc project
> (GNU project maintainer). Such a person will know how to reach
> everyone else.

what if we make the main contact point part of the current release
manager's duties ?  e.g. Adhemerval Zanella is managing glibc 2.23,
so he would be the contact, but as soon as the manager is picked for
the 2.24 cycle, it'll pass on to that dev ?  i suspect it won't add
anything for the most part, and most people wouldn't see any at all.

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