[Desktop_architects] (no subject)
till.kamppeter at gmail.com
Tue Feb 8 07:25:21 PST 2011
I got also annoyed by this spam. As I did not see any Desktop Architects
activity, I was already thinking about telling the admins to remove the
list, or at least close it for postings. I only never came around to
talk to the admins. I have CCed them now.
David, Dan, this mailing list of the inactive Desktop Architects group
has turned to a spam collector (used by a commercial conference agency).
Perhaps you better remove it and let only the archives available, to
stop the spam.
David, Dan, perhaps you could also modify the Desktop-Architects-related
pages on the LF web site telling that there is no activity any more and
that the active desktop work happens on freedesktop.org.
Everyone agrees with that?
On 02/08/2011 03:53 PM, Jeremy White wrote:
> Dan Kegel wrote:
>> Is it just me, or are other people getting annoyed by the
>> unrelated conference announcements on this list?
> Not just you. It strikes me that it would probably be useful to
> reformulate/rethink this list.
> Actually, I'm afraid that the state of the Linux Desktop discussion,
> through the lens of the Linux Foundation at least, is not looking so great.
> First, you can't get to the Desktop workgroup link without a bit of
> Ctrl-U fu. Of course, if you do get there, the page is clearly
> obsolete. The most ironic link is the one titled:
> Desktop Linux Workgroup leadership
> which results in "page not found"<grin>.
> This list has largely become the xdg-utils list, but perhaps that
> conversation would be better done on the xdg list over at fdo.
> Anyone at the Linux Foundation listening? Should we just shut this down
> and point to fdo instead?
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