You're receiving this email because you are signed up to the Stripes
Dev mailing list. Stripes has two mailing lists, Stripes Dev and
Stripes User. Up until now I've been fairly lax about how these two
lists are used. The intent was that Stripes User would be used for
all discussion of how to use Stripes, problems with Stripes etc. And
that Stripes Dev would be used mainly to communicate about the
development status of Stripes itself .
Most of the discussion on Stripes Dev to date has been more
appropriate for Stripes User, and in fact I believe that folks who
are only on the User list are missing out on some conversations of
value to them. Similarly, any of you who are not signed up for
Stripes User are probably missing out on conversations over there.
Firstly, this is a warning that I'm about to start routing subversion
commit emails to this list so that anyone who is interested can see
how things are progressing between releases.
What I'd like to do is this:
1. Add everyone who is on this list to the Stripes User list
2. Remove everyone from this list _unless_ you respond to this email
and request to remain on the list
Does that sound reasonable to folks? I'm happy to have everyone on
this list, but I'd like to make sure that all the discussion about
using and working with Stripes happens on the User list. Thanks,
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