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[rdo-list] A note about the new rdo-infra-list mailing list (tl; dr, please set filters)


I posted this to rdo-infra-list already but I felt like it needed to be
cross-posted here so it's not missed by new subscribers.

I'm seeing some subscriptions on this mailing list and before we
officially started using it, I wanted to make it's intent clear.

This new mailing list's purpose is largely for automated emails generated
by CI or Monitoring.
As per discussed in the RDO meeting [1] this week we needed a
mechanism to distribute these notifications in order to allow interested
parties to subscribe to them.

Discussions will always take place on rdo-list, there should not be
any discussion on that list and in fact, the reply-to is set to rdo-list.
If you attempt to get a human's attention by posting to rdo-infra-list, it
will largely be in vain as it is expected that people will have heavy
filters in place.
It doesn't mean this won't change in the future but that's the expected
purpose for the time being.

Notifications have already started, you can see an example here [2].

Please set up filters if you are subscribed, I shall not be held responsible
for the state of your inbox if you don't :)


[1]: https://meetbot.fedoraproject.org/rdo/2016-09-21/rdo_meeting_-_2016-09-21.2016-09-21-15.00.log.html
[2]: https://www.redhat.com/archives/rdo-infra-list/2016-September/msg00004.html

David Moreau Simard
Senior Software Engineer | Openstack RDO

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