I think that privacy regulations would preclude an automated merge so Colin is correct –
it will be up to the individuals to decide what lists they want to subscribe to. There
will still be a role for hpdd-discuss but it will return to its original purpose of being
focused more on Intel Lustre activities and broader Lustre discussions will move to
lustre-discuss and the upstream kernel activity will move to lustre-devel.
On 4/20/15, 9:32 AM, "Colin Faber"
In general, I think that hpdd members should decide indivudally on whether they want to
participate in the original lustre.org<http://lustre.org> mailing lists.
I think that merging the lists is probably a non-starter, however that's up to Intel
and OpenSFS to decide.
On Mon, Apr 20, 2015 at 10:15 AM, E.S. Rosenberg
On Mon, Apr 20, 2015 at 7:11 PM, Colin Faber
@lists.lustre.org<http://lists.lustre.org> was the original lustre community
mailing lists. These
lists were old and were not maintained until recently. They're not actively
monitored and the goal is to shift most lustre discussion back over to them.
realize that and I actually noticed the list @lustre I was already
on is lustre-discuss so I guess it'll remain 2 lists, but ideally it
should be 1 so no that @lustre is again maintained shouldn't hpdd
either be merged or killed so that we don't have these split
Likely we'll go through a period of cross posting madness until most people
shift back to the lustre.org<http://lustre.org> mailing lists.
I will try to
post only to lustre-discuss starting after this message :).
On Mon, Apr 20, 2015 at 9:42 AM, E.S. Rosenberg
> I'm going through some of the slides from LUG, am I correct if I say
> we're supposed to switch to lustre-discuss?
> Will the old mailing lists be closed? I find it kind of ridiculous
> that I'm going to be registered on 3 distinct mailing lists about the
> same subject that don't get each others' mail....
> HPDD-discuss mailing list