[Consortium] Re: [linux-audio-user] Re: [linux-audio-dev]
viceic at net2000.ch
Wed Jan 17 02:11:37 EST 2007
I didn't pretend that Linuxaudio.org suggest moving to forums. Read my post.
*I* suggest moving to forums as *I* think it's better way to exchange the info
than those 90-tish, Mailman powered, mailing lists where you can't even
search for posts or whatever.
And apparently I'm not the only one that pretends that:
Ardour has a forum: http://ardour.org/forum/15
Rosegarden has a forum: http://www.nabble.com/RoseGarden-f2887.html
Hydrogen has a forum : http://www.hydrogen-music.org/forum/
etc. etc. etc.
WFT?! even glibc has a forum !!
The idea I had in mind when talking about linux audio forums:
And no, Freecycle does not have a forum because Savanah doesn't provide such
Disclaimer: The opinions expressed are solely mine and not of the members of
Le mardi 16 janvier 2007 17:17, Ivica Ico Bukvic a écrit :
> Oh dear...
> Please note that Linuxaudio.org offer does *not* suggest moving to forums.
> Again, let me repeat, it does *not* suggest moving to forums.
> It suggests moving the existing mailing lists LAD/LAU/LAA, so that they are
> hosted under Linuxaudio.org. They would still remain the same lists with
> same subscribers and same features. The only difference is that we would
> have them under the Linuxaudio.org umbrella. Namely, we would have
> linux-audio-dev at linuxaudio.org etc., instead of
> linux-audio-dev at music.columbia.edu. But also, more importantly, these as
> well as any other relevant lists that end-up being consolidated, would be
> found under *one* *single* URL: lists.linuxaudio.org. And that, in and of
> itself in my book (and I am sure in a book of any newcomer to Linux audio)
> would be truly priceless.
> Best wishes,
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