Moving the libstdc++ lists

Mark Mitchell mark@codesourcery.com
Thu Nov 16 16:27:00 GMT 2000


>>>>> "Gerald" == Gerald Pfeifer <pfeifer@dbai.tuwien.ac.at> writes:

    Gerald> Okay, now that Phil and I approach the finishing line
    Gerald> concerning the web pages, we should also consider moving
    Gerald> the libstdc++ lists.

    Gerald> How do we want to do that? Move all three lists mentioned
    Gerald> in http://sources.redhat.com/libstdc++/mail.html namely
    Gerald> libstdc++@sources.redhat.com
    Gerald> libstdc++-cvs@sources.redhat.com
    Gerald> libstdc++-prs@sources.redhat.com from
    Gerald> listname@sources.redhat.com to listname@gcc.gnu.org?

    Gerald> Are -cvs and -prs still needed?

I don't think so. 

I would actually drop the libstdc++ list, as well -- but there has
been a strong preference from those folks to keep that list.

    Gerald> And if we keep all three lists, we should probably also
    Gerald> should think (and document) the roles of the various
    Gerald> lists: Where should bootstrap failures related to
    Gerald> libstdc++ go? gcc-bugs? 

Yes, in my opinion.

    And shouldn't all patches also be
    Gerald> sent to gcc-patches? ...

Yes, definitely.

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