Re: [arch-d] Updates on IAB mailing lists

S Moonesamy <> Tue, 21 April 2020 00:28 UTC

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Hi Stephen,

Thanks for the explanation.

I did a quick verification and saw that the i18n program was closed 
in 2017.  That matches my recollection.  I am aware that some of the 
other IAB programs were closed.  I don't have an opinion about 
whether to keep those mailing lists running.

I did not consider the rfced-future list when I wrote the email.  The 
rfc-interest list has been running without much intervention.  I may 
have an opinion about those lists.

I'll be quiet (for now) about the SAA model. :-)

S. Moonesamy