Call for 2.9.1 soon

Axel Thimm Axel.Thimm at
Tue Apr 12 17:13:45 CEST 2005

On Tue, Apr 12, 2005 at 04:43:21PM +0200, Jean Delvare wrote:
> Hi Axel,
> > > Axel, would it be possible to create a mailing-list, with some kind of
> > > spam killer, open for posting, where all current users of the list would
> > > be automatically subscribed? If it is, let's go.
> >
> > Yes, of course. lm-sensors at and
> > lm-sensors-devel at
> We never felt the need for two different lists, as long as the one list
> is open to non-subscribers. I think it was discussed once but can't
> remember the outcast.
> So I would go with a single list (lm-sensors at for the
> moment. We can always fork at any later time if we feel te need to do
> so, right?

OK, *-devel can always be created later if need be.

> I'd like that have more than one person reponsible for the list, just in
> case things go bad (like was seen recently, hmm). Ideally we would have
> at least one in North America and one in Europe, so as to cover a
> convenient timezone.
> Philip, would you accept to continue managing the list once we have moved
> to the new system?
> Axel, would you agree to be that one European operator?


> I'd accept a list operator access, but I have already such a hard time
> with the code itself, especially on the Linux 2.6 front, that I'd
> appraciate if someone else could handle the administrative tasks for the
> project, as is done so far.
> (I guess that Mailman will handle the hard work pretty well on its own
> anyway, so that shouldn't be that much of a burden for the chosen ones.)

Yes, lists admin are there mostly to catch any false poistives,
e.g. when a valid message has been held back.
Axel.Thimm at
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