2011/2/24 Marc G. Fournier <scrappy(at)hub(dot)org>:
> On Thu, 24 Feb 2011, Alvaro Herrera wrote:
>> Excerpts from Selena Deckelmann's message of lun feb 21 20:49:35 -0300
>>> and make an announcement somewhere as they are created? If that's here
>>> (pgsql-www), fine.
>> +1 on this.
> +1 on this too ... note that the only lists that I've created of late have
> been pugs related lists, as required by Selena (usually) ... I just figured
> there was a reason why nothing was announced publicly *shrug*
Cool! Then everyone agrees announcing new lists here is good.
I started a wiki page to document this discussion:
>>> * Can we make it easier to change who is the mailing list
>>> administrator, or have a policy about who is the administrator for
>>> these lists? I'm guessing that this may change more frequently in the
>>> side projects than it does in the core pgsql lists.
>> +1 on this. Of course, we are not going to change admins for the core
>> mailing lists.
> 'k, what do you mean by 'change who is the mailing list admin'? if you go
> to http://mail.postgresql.org/mj/mj_wwwadm and login with your password,
> you can go under Configuration -> Passwords and add / remove administrators
> for those lists you are already an admin for ...
Hmm, maybe I just didn't know how to do that. I am the admin for lists
which I don't need to be part of, so I will try that and report back
if I can't make the change.
> ... I realize this was never mentioned before, but, honestly, nobody had
> ever asked about it either ... its something all list admins (from what I
> can tell from here) have access to ...
I asked a while back, but no big deal, Marc. :) We'll sort it all out now.
I asked for the pgus-board list to be deactivated, but didn't
specifically CC Marc:
My request for admin rights to be removed probably wasn't cc'd to the
list. But like I said, it's not a big deal, obviously, since I hadn't
bothered to ask about it since April. :)
I do think that non-core pgsql lists will require a little more
frequent management, but as long as more than just one person has the
ability to make changes or point people to the right places to
reconfigure things themselves, I think we'll be totally fine.
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