Is it ok to use a morphic list for
jmvsqueak at uolsinectis.com.ar
Wed May 31 15:36:56 UTC 2006
I kind of leaded both groups. The Morphic-Splitters group became the
official Morphic Stewards. So the Morphic-Splitters list is obsolete. I
don't know if it should be killed, or be left for archival purposes...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Milan Zimmermann" <milan.zimmermann at sympatico.ca>
To: "Serge Stinckwich" <Serge.Stinckwich at info.unicaen.fr>;
<squeak-dev at lists.squeakfoundation.org>; "Lic.Edgar J.De Cleene"
<edgardec2001 at yahoo.com.ar>
Sent: Monday, May 29, 2006 5:24 PM
Subject: Re: Is it ok to use a morphic list for
>A question about Morphic lists below:
> On 2006 May 29 11:53, Serge Stinckwich wrote:
>> Le 29 mai 06 à 18:02, Milan Zimmermann a écrit :
>> > On 2006 May 29 03:35, Serge Stinckwich wrote:
>> Hum, yes a bit confuse ... maybe we could ask on the squeak-dev list
>> why there is two lists ?
> Ok, let me ask: There seem to be 2 Morphic lists: One linked from the
> site http://squeak.org/Community/Teams/ as Morphic Stewards:
> and another one that I cannot find on squeak.org
> For the MathMorphs Revival effort, I suggested creating a list, then Serge
> sugested we could ask the morphic list to carry the MathMorph Revival
> communication there - which caused my confusion as to what list (because I
> did not find the "morphic" list above on squeak.org).
> So maybe the squeak-dev is the right forum for this question (s):
> - Is it general knowledge there are 2 morphic lists, and is it a good idea
> have 2
> - Is it ok to use one of them for the MathMorphs revival communication, or
> better to ask to create a new list for MathMorphs revival?
> Regarding the second question, we could keep communicating via private
> but that makes harder for others to join, and it seems it is good to have
> public record of the changes and discussions.
> Thanks for any suggestions, Milan
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