samba-ntdom needed any more?
MMcEldowney at deltaregional.com
Thu Apr 19 13:32:51 GMT 2001
Personally, it won't matter to me. I monitor both lists (nt-dom and
main), and don't have any issues with the occasional duplicate post.
That's an acceptable side-effect. As for others, I'm sure opinions will
vary, they always do ;-)
I agree with Jerry that this list has become a multitopic list. This
list should remain and we should all limit our posts to matters that
this list was originally intended for. Post the "regular" samba matters
about installation, file, print, WINS, configs, etc. to the main list.
Post domain admin matters here.
Just a thought...how about renaming the list to 'samba-domain-admin', or
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gerald Carter [mailto:gcarter at valinux.com]
> Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2001 12:12 AM
> To: Craig Kelley
> Cc: samba-ntdom at samba.org
> Subject: Re: samba-ntdom needed any more?
> On Wed, 18 Apr 2001 14:53:11 Craig Kelley wrote:
> > Do we even need this list anymore? If the ntdom stuff
> > has gone to the main branch, then there isn't really a
> > need for an 'ntdom' discussion list, unless we want
> > specific traffic to come here. (But I don't
> > see a samba-printing or samba-time list either)
> > Just curious.
> I have been wondering about this as well for a few weeks.
> In fact, I thinking posting administration of stable Samba PDC
> on samba at samba.org would provide for less redundancy.
> I just checked on membership. samba-ntdom has about 2,300
> members (~600 of these are digested). Samba at samba.org has about
> 4,300 (~3000 are digested).
> What do people say? Has this list provided it purposes and
> should be merged back in samba at samba.org? I would personally
> love one less mailing list to read. :-) And it has been a little
> less than one topic recently.
> You folks decide.
> Cheers, jerry
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