Fedora-Devel-Announce is Now Open

Warren Togami wtogami at redhat.com
Wed Jun 13 19:13:38 UTC 2007

fedora-devel-announce list is now open.  The goal of this list is to
make it easy for Fedora contributors to follow changes in that may be
pertinent to developers within the Fedora Project.  This is intended to
be a LOW TRAFFIC announce-only list of development topics, so we hope
subscribers wont feel the need to filter it away from their Inbox.

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     * Discussion
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