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I'll let you add it to pmt, but here is what we have right now, beyond myself:
which is really odd, as I swore we had ppl for -general and -hackers, also, but
apparently not ...
so, who wanted to volunteer for what again? email me offlist, but we currently
Now, in some cases, the 'list owner' is different then me (ie. pgsql-advocacy
is owned by JoshB), but even in that case, a backup moderator would be nice ...
- --On Wednesday, April 11, 2007 18:09:51 +0200 Magnus Hagander
> On Wed, Apr 11, 2007 at 12:30:47PM -0300, Marc G. Fournier wrote:
>> I checked both of those last night when you reported it ... there was one
>> spam in -bugs and a few from Kris Kennedy in -hackers, but that was it ...
> Interesting. Any clue on where my post to -patches went? I got a mail from
> majordom saying it was held, but it was never passed through. (the one on
> committers came through around that time, so I assume you went through that
> one as well?)
> Also, to repeat that request, could you stick a list of who is moderator of
> what on pmt, for reference?
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