I would vote for this.
If we are going to upgrade CIPE there will be much more traffic like the last
couple of days.
On Friday 26 September 2003 12:04, Mark Smith wrote:
> I'm going to take a moment to bring back something I mentioned some time
> ago - multiple mailing lists.
> I strongly recommend we split the list to keep the user requests away from
> development or design. We seem to have need for a development and design
> discussion, which I want to keep off the main user list. The existing list
> could then be used for assistance and announcements, which should hopefully
> keep the bandwidth down a little. The new list could then take all the
> traffic we've been seeing with regards everyone's desire to help, to
> discuss even if individuals do not possess technical knowledge.
> I know I'm no crypto expert, but I am a programmer and I'd like to think
> I've got a little bit of common sense, I've already been taking a look at
> the potential for messing with packets, so as a result I believe I have
> something I may be able to contribute into a discussion about the matter.
> I've seen many others with similar desires and differing abilities.
> We have two user bases - end users and contributors. Let's make use of
> this while we can.
> For me, CIPE is simple enough to hand out to end users with very little
> need to train them in complexities and to not have to worry about
> supporting them. However, it's not quite there yet, which is why I'm
> trying to participate to get it there. Any alternative needs to work on
> multiple platforms for me, which does restrict my options a little, and so
> far those I've looked at have proved more complicated to setup and
> Olaf - if you have time to answer, can you let us know how you could
> participate in any of this, if at all, or if you could setup website or
> mailing list facilities? If not, could SourceForge?
> Take care, and stay happy.