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Re: plan

From: Marco Gerards
Subject: Re: plan
Date: 17 Oct 2003 21:23:26 +0200
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"Yoshinori K. Okuji" <address@hidden> writes:

> The consequences will be:
> * The CVS module "pupa" will be "grub2" in the GRUB's CVS repository,
> * We will use bug-grub instead of pupa-dev for general discussion,
> * And, we will set up a web page about GRUB2 in the GRUB's web site.

IMHO this is a good thing to do.  This will make it clear to people
that PUPA is GRUB and what will happen to GRUB in the future, etc.

> I'm not sure if it is a good idea to use bug-grub for GRUB2. What do you 
> think? Is it better to create another mailing list? I sometimes feel that 
> bug-grub is used for too many different purposes.

Well, I think the biggest problem isn't that PUPA and GRUB are
discussed on one mailing list.  The biggest problem is that requests
for help are send to bug-grub.

For the Hurd there are multiple mailing lists: bug-hurd, help-hurd and
hurd-devel.  Perhaps you could use something similar for GRUB.  I
think having separate mailing lists is not practical because many
discussions on pupa-devel are interesting for people on bug-grub too.


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