Re: [BEHAVE] Closing the mailing list

Rob Evans <> Mon, 13 January 2020 09:34 UTC

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> How would i figure out the redirect of "Ask BEHAVE questions on TSVWG
> mailing list" ?
> Ai am not aware of any actual redirect pointers in datatracker, but
> hopefully i am wrong.

If a WG has closed, then I suppose the redirect could come from asking a 
question on ietf@ietf?

IME, it's not the bits on the server in the bowels of the IETF, mailing 
lists collect entropy quickly -- a list I manage has just had it's first 
posting for probably about a year, and there are 14 bounces that need to 
be culled.

At which point have enough subscribers changed email address that the 
list is no longer useful, and how do you monitor that?