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Re: [tdf-discuss] overall communication guidelines and reply-to mangling


Tanstaafl wrote on 2011-12-19 20:41:

Well... the first beta is scheduled to be released in January, so I
imagine it will be rtm by mid year, so if you were to start working on
the logistics and infrastructure, and start a dialog with the mailman
devs on how to migrate the users/settings from mlmmj to mailman, that
you could be ready to go as soon as the release happens...

let's see. At the moment, to be honest, we have so many important tasks to work on, that migrating a working and existing system to something different that involves a lot of work doesn't sound too attracting to me. ;)

My plan would rather be to wait until Mailman is final, wait some time until other people made hands-on experience, and then consider it again. However, my personal timeline for that is set to 6 to 12 months, as I really don't consider that important, and there are dozens of important tasks on our agenda.

Others may have a different point of view, of course.


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