Erlang forums (was Re: PING TEST)
Thu Dec 16 17:03:53 CET 2021
Yes, I remember seeing that, but I understood it as the Core team focusing on questions raised in the forum, as opposed to removing something that is still used, and favoured, by the community members.
I think keeping the mailing list for the rest of the community would be worthwhile.
On 16/12/2021 15:44, Kenneth Lundin wrote:
> Hi Fred,
> I announced the new Erlangforums.com on October 26:th here
> https://erlang.org/pipermail/erlang-questions/2021-October/101583.html <https://erlang.org/pipermail/erlang-questions/2021-October/101583.html>
> and you are right that it did not explicitly say that the mailing list should be deprecated. But it was indicated by the
> " the Erlang Core Team will be focusing their time on the forum..."
> The timeline and if it applies to all mailing lists is not decided yet. Hope to announce that soon.
> /Kenneth, Erlang/OTP Ericsson
> On Thu, Dec 16, 2021 at 2:12 PM Fred Youhanaie <fly@REDACTED <mailto:fly@REDACTED>> wrote:
> On 15/12/2021 16:03, Kenneth Lundin wrote:
> > Thank you for your feedback about Erlangforums.com everyone. See some clarifications below:
> Thanks for the clarifications :)
> > As indicated in the various announcements the mailing list will be deprecated soon and we hope you will join us on Erlangforums.com. The Erlang/OTP team will be focusing our efforts on the forum
> > moving forward because we believe it is an exciting platform and has the potential to offer the most value.
> Just a few questions on this:
> - Was the announcement made on this list? I may have missed it!
> - Will you be deprecating all the @erlang.org <http://erlang.org> lists? e.g. erlang-questions@, erlang-announce@, eeps@ etc.
> - Was the timeline announced? How "soon" is this likely to happen?
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