OT: Nazi symbols on Gentoo (and other offending content)
On 02:27 Mon 28 Apr , Mike Frysinger wrote:
> On Sunday 27 April 2008, Santiago M. Mola wrote:
> > Anyway, next time I'll use @-project, and let's see if someone
> > actually cares about that mailing list.
> unfortunately (fortunately?), that's the way the Gentoo community wants it.
> gentoo-dev is for development only. any non-development stuff goes to the
> gentoo-project list. you're most likely right there are a lot less people
> subscribed there, but that is because the people who arent subscribed there
> dont care about non-development issues.
> even if there may be a set of people not on the -project list but on the -dev
> list, and they have an opinion on this particular topic, putting the thread
> here is not appropriate. if they truly care, they can signup, fetch the
> relevant mails from the archive, and respond.
Here's one way to help get some more attention for the discussion you
want to have, even if it's on a list with a smaller audience. As with
any other topic, feel free to post a pointer on gentoo-dev-announce to
what (the topic),
when (when you will start the discussion), and
where (the list/channel).
As long as it is an announcement (and not an opinion), -dev-announce
should be a good place.
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