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Date: 2001-06-26 (08:52)
From: Antoine Marin <marin@v...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] splitting ocaml-list
Miles Egan a écrit :
> Would it make sense to split up caml-list into a few new lists?  A lot of other
> language projects offer three lists, a devel list, an announce list, and a users
> list.  For ocaml, this would be:
> caml-announce:
>     announcements of new versions of ocaml and ocaml-related packages
> caml-devel:
>     discussion of ocaml bugs and internals
> caml-users:
>     general questions about ocaml usage and problems
> Such a division might make it easier for people to ask newbie questions without
> troubling the core ocaml team.

I don't think, just because usually they are included this way:

caml-announce is included in caml-users that is included in caml-devel

Developpers should know everything that is said on each list (anyway they can
filter e-mails).
It's the reverse way, core ocaml team won't trouble newbie with obscure
metaphysic thought ;)


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