(gettext) Mailing Lists

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 12.4.3 Mailing Lists
 If we get any inquiries about GNU `gettext', send them on to:
    The `*-pretest' lists are quite useful to me, maybe the idea could
 be generalized to many GNU, and non-GNU packages.  But each maintainer
 his/her way!
    Franc,ois, we have a mechanism in place here at `' to
 track teams, support mailing lists for them and log members.  We have a
 slight preference that you use it.  If this is OK with you, I can get
 you clued in.
    Things are changing!  A few years ago, when Daniel Fekete and I
 asked for a mailing list for GNU localization, nested at the FSF, we
 were politely invited to organize it anywhere else, and so did we.  For
 communicating with my pretesters, I later made a handful of mailing
 lists located at and administrated by `majordomo'.
 These lists have been _very_ dependable so far...
    I suspect that the German team will organize itself a mailing list
 located in Germany, and so forth for other countries.  But before they
 organize for true, it could surely be useful to offer mailing lists
 located at the FSF to each national team.  So yes, please explain me
 how I should proceed to create and handle them.
    We should create temporary mailing lists, one per country, to help
 people organize.  Temporary, because once regrouped and structured, it
 would be fair the volunteers from country bring back _their_ list in
 there and manage it as they want.  My feeling is that, in the long run,
 each team should run its own list, from within their country.  There
 also should be some central list to which all teams could subscribe as
 they see fit, as long as each team is represented in it.
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