[zeromq-dev] Moving list to Google groups?
indradhanush.gupta at gmail.com
Tue Apr 19 05:30:43 CEST 2016
On Tue, Apr 19, 2016 at 8:44 AM, Pieter Hintjens <pieterh at gmail.com> wrote:
> OK, we need a small set of admins, who can work with my friend Ewen
> McNeill, who has kept archives over the years, to migrate to mailmanlists
> and then manage the lists (zeromq-announce is #2). Justin, it's your baby.
> Thank you.
This is great. I'd like to volunteer if you need an extra hand.
> On 19 Apr 2016 05:10, "Pieter Hintjens" <pieterh at gmail.com> wrote:
> Justin, that is a great proposal, thank you for finding it. I'd prefer
> keeping mailman, for familiarity.
> On 19 Apr 2016 04:36, "Justin Karneges" <justin at affinix.com> wrote:
>> Hey folks,
>> I spoke with MailmanLists and they are willing to host the ZeroMQ
>> mailing list for free. All they ask for is a link on the mailing list
>> page. If you'd prefer the list remain Mailman-based and simply don't
>> want to host it, then I'd say this is the best the way to go. They'll
>> import archives too.
>> Re: MailmanLists vs. dotList (aka Mailmanhost), both appear to be
>> Mailman hosting experts with a long lives (8 years and 11 years,
>> respectively). Other than cost, it's hard to say on the outside which
>> one is better, but as a customer of MailmanLists I can vouch for their
>> helpful support. MailmanLists also claims to be a financial contributor
>> to the FSF which is pretty cool.
>> On Mon, Apr 18, 2016, at 05:21 PM, c wrote:
>> > Jim Idle <jimi at temporal-wave.com> writes:
>> > I'm a nay on Google Groups. As seen with SourceForge, sometimes the
>> > priorities of companies change. This is especially true for a publically
>> > traded company.
>> > The price points of https://www.mailmanhost.com/pricing/ seem better
>> > than http://www.mailmanlists.net/ but I have no personal experience
>> > either.
>> > > You just add your email address to the google list - you don't
>> > > actually need a Google account. Thre is really no difference to now.
>> > In my experience list maintainers end up needing to enable the Google
>> > Account
>> > requirement on their groups to combat spam.
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