Re: [ogpx] Rename ogpx list to vwrap?

Meadhbh Hamrick <> Mon, 29 March 2010 16:08 UTC

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being one of the people responsible for the ogpx name, i should say i
have no great feelings one way or another.

when we were creating the working group, it was always on the "to do"
list to create a new mailing list named but when we
got to it, the people involved were all pretty busy planning for
hiroshima. at the time, i think the thought was, "what's in a name?
everyone knows where the list is (by looking at the charter.)"

so if we want to do it, doing it shortly after the f2f cool-down
period is a good idea. otherwise we may find people being too busy
planning for maastricht.

just my $0.02.
meadhbh hamrick * it's pronounced "maeve"
@OhMeadhbh * *

On Mon, Mar 29, 2010 at 8:52 AM, Joshua Bell <> wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 29, 2010 at 8:47 AM, Joshua Bell <> wrote:
>> On Sun, Mar 28, 2010 at 7:43 PM, Robert G. Jakabosky
>> <> wrote:
>>> P.S. will this mailling list change it's name to "vwrap" soon?  I know
>>> the
>>> vwrap channel has already been created.
>> I'll check to see if it's possible to rename or alias, or if we need to
>> create a whole new list.
>> If anyone has strong feelings one way or the other on the list naming, let
>> me know. (At a minimum we'll need to leave breadcrumbs pointing from one to
>> the other.)
> Ah yes, I'd already asked about this.
> We can't rename the list, but (with AD approval) we can create a new list
> and re-subscribe everyone automatically.
> Again, if anyone has strong feelings one way or the other let me know. I
> propose we go forward with creating a new list, but wait 1-2 weeks from now
> for post-IETF-F2F cool down and reaction to the issues brought up on the
> F2F, so we don't split those threads across two lists.
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