[kokua-dev] Mailing list usage

Justin Clark-Casey jjustincc at googlemail.com
Thu May 10 13:20:58 PDT 2012

If you want to get more feedback you might also want to post to the osgrid forums [1].  Naturally, they've been 
supportive of imprudence in the past though the feedback you get might be somewhat less technical.

I'm quite surprise to see they don't have a specific sub-forum for viewers - I think I'll mention that to Nebadon.

[1] http://forums.osgrid.org/

On 10/05/12 20:31, Nicky Perian wrote:
> Ill do it any way that is desired. In this case the original went to both so the follow up needed both too.
> Nicky
> P.S.There have been times when I have also copied the opensim-users list. I have not had complaints but, I know it could
> be construed as an off topic post for them.
>     ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>     *From:* Borun (a.k.a. Boroondas Gupte) <borun at kokuaviewer.org>
>     *To:* Imprudence Viewer developers discussion list <impdev at lists.imprudenceviewer.org>; Kokua Viewer development
>     discussion list <kokua-dev at lists.kokuaviewer.org>
>     *Sent:* Thursday, May 10, 2012 2:13 PM
>     *Subject:* [kokua-dev] Mailing list usage (was: windows download updated to correct missing openal32.dll)
>     On 05/10/2012 02:35 PM, Nicky Perian wrote:
>>     My apologies to the 5 who downloaded the last version.
>>     http://wiki.kokuaviewer.org/wiki/Kokua:Release_Notes/3.3.1_Alpha#Release_Highlights
>>     Nicky
>     Heya
>     I'd suggest to send messages about Kokua only to the kokua-dev list and messages about Imprudence only to the ImpDev
>     list. People who are interested in both viewers or in what team purple is doing in general should be subscribed to
>     both lists. Like this, people only interested in one of our viewers won't be bothered by messages about the
>     respective other one and those interested in both viewers and actually subscribed to both lists won't get duplicate
>     messages.
>     Exceptions can of course be made for messages of utmost importance or for messages about one viewer for which it is
>     very likely that usually-only-interested-in-the-other-viewer people might be interested, too. (E.g., Kokua
>     officially going beta or an official Imprudence release might warrant to message the respective other list, too. But
>     we probably don't need messages about each and every build available for download on both lists.)
>     @All: What's your opinion/preference as a subscriber? If it turns out everyone interested is actually interested in
>     both our viewers, we might consider to only have one joined purple-viewers-dev mailing list instead. (Or maybe not
>     ... it might be handy to see at first glance what viewer a list-post is about simply by on what list it was made.)
>     Cheers,
>     Borun
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