Re: [arch-d] [I18n-discuss] Closing the list

Takahiro Nemoto <> Thu, 14 May 2020 04:49 UTC

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2020/05/14 5:37、Pete Resnick <>のメールt;のメール:
> On 13 May 2020, at 15:32, John C Klensin wrote:
>> --On Wednesday, May 13, 2020 16:19 -0400 Jared Mauch
>> <> wrote:
>>> 	I think the reason was a bit vague in my note, but the
>>> criteria we used to review were:
>>> a) last activity of list
>>> b) related to prior IAB workshops/activities
>>> c) list was IAB sponsored
>>> 	We found many lists that were not used and this one fell
>>> through the cracks in my steps to send out notes.  If the
>>> community want it left open I personally don't think anyone
>>> will object.
>> Jared,
>> Unless the IAB is specifically interested in the topic, if
>> keeping it as an IAB-sponsored list requires that someone from
>> the IAB actively monitor it and approve postings and/or
>> memberships, my guess is that it is better turned into just
>> another IETF non-WG list with the subscriber list moved over
>> except for anyone who wants to opt out.  Personally, I'd prefer
>> that the IAB were actively interested and I like the very low
>> noise situation, but, as people keep reminding me, I had a pony
>> many years ago and would like another one.
>>  john
> FWIW: I believe this list is actually just an alias on and already exists as If the IAB wants to simply ditch the alias and we update the notes on the non-WG list page, that would work too. But I don't care either way.

I also think we need a mailing list to discuss i18n.
I personally would prefer the IAB to be interested in i18n, but as John-sensei and Pete-san say, we can discuss it on a different list.
I'm fine with either, as long as the space for discussion on i18n is kept.
I also hope that it will be clear on which mailing list those interested in i18n should discuss it.

Takahiro Nemoto