Erlang shell evolutions

Ivan Uemlianin ivan@REDACTED
Tue Apr 12 10:23:36 CEST 2022

Deprecating this ML and moving to like this has a strong EOL Support vibe to it.

hilaritas excessum habere nequit

> On 12 Apr 2022, at 04:21, Richard O'Keefe <raoknz@REDACTED> wrote:
> So what I feared has come to pass.  There is discussion about
> what might change in Erlang that is NOT being reflected here.
> (I see a bunch of discussion around the lists module that I
> would have taken part in had it been here.)
> The people in this mailing list are not second class citizens.
> No, we are third class.
> This is a real kick in the teeth.  I am not happy.
>> On Mon, 11 Apr 2022 at 22:09, Nicolas Martyanoff <khaelin@REDACTED> wrote:
>> For anyone interested, this official announce may be interesting for
>> anyone using the Erlang shell:
>> I cannot seem to see any email on this ML on the subject; could this
>> kind of official communication be also posted here ? I had to create an
>> account on the forum just to answer, and I cannot say I'm pleased with
>> that.
>> -- 
>> Nicolas Martyanoff
>> khaelin@REDACTED
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