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From Keegan Witt <>
Subject Re: New mailing lists on Nabble?
Date Wed, 29 Apr 2015 15:06:50 GMT
True.  I wish Nabble would fail to post it to itself if you're not
subscribed.  But it remains a popular tool.

I wondered about the migration too.  Because it will change all over again
when we go from to
Nabble's support <> list, it looks like they've
switched servers for others.  I suggest we reach out to them and ask about
that.  That way we can keep the top level group
<> somewhat sane.  The only downside of
moving instead of separate lists in the group is messages posted to old
lists after we intended everyone to make the switch won't be archived.  But
that should be pretty minimal in the grand scheme of things.

On Wed, Apr 29, 2015 at 10:45 AM, Guillaume Laforge <>

> Yeah, I'm not really sure what we should be doing here, or what's even
> possible.
> The thing also is that we are in the transition phase.
> I'm wondering if the same Nabble account could cover two lists.
> I know we can add new lists to the Groovy group for sure though.
> But then, there's still often the issue that people are on the Nabble
> "forum", but not really subscribed to the lists, and then things are
> showing up on Nabble but not on the lists, etc.
> 2015-04-29 16:16 GMT+02:00 Keegan Witt <>:
>> I know our new lists are in the Apache archives (
>>  I also found lists on
>> mail-archive (
>>, and
>> But do we plan on moving the Apache mailing lists to Nabble at some point?
>> I think a good chunk of users do their mail list interaction through Nabble.
>> Either way, I think we should add archive links to our mailing list page
>> <>.
>> -Keegan
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