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

Carsten Bormann <> Wed, 13 May 2020 20:06 UTC

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On 2020-05-13, at 21:55, Nico Williams <> wrote:
> The note about the list closing, without a reason being given, was a bit
> jarring.  Anyways, we do need a list.  It could be as simple as creating
> a new one if we really don't want this one

When I started the discussion of my modern-network-unicode draft last year (which I really need to get going again, by the way), I did this on art@, but I would have consulted i18n-discuss@ sooner or later once the draft would have become more stable and I would have needed the attention to detail I can only get there.

Reason I would have consulted i18n-discuss@: Set of subscribers.  You don’t get that with a new list unless the subscribers are ported over.  I which case I have no idea why to do those gymnastics; the old name is fine.

Grüße, Carsten