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    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
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      There are several mailing lists which are not subscribed by lists.a.o

      Attached lists (to follow) include most of the missing ones.

      [There are a few others which I have yet to match up with archives so they may no longer be active.]

      It would be good if someone could check over the lists to make sure that there are none in the wrong category (in particular none in the public list that should be private). Thanks.
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      4. subpublic.sh
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          sebb@apache.org Sebb added a comment - Reporter
          The attached script was used to subscribe the private lists, excluding a few that seemed to be dormant.
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          sebb@apache.org Sebb added a comment - Reporter The attached script was used to subscribe the private lists, excluding a few that seemed to be dormant.
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          ipv6guru Gavin added a comment -
          As the one who subbed the lists initially I can say I did not use the subprivate.sh script.
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          ipv6guru Gavin added a comment - As the one who subbed the lists initially I can say I did not use the subprivate.sh script.
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          sebb@apache.org Sebb added a comment - Reporter
          That's because I created it for the specific job of doing the work so I could review it and so there was a record of what I did.
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          sebb@apache.org Sebb added a comment - Reporter That's because I created it for the specific job of doing the work so I could review it and so there was a record of what I did.
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          sebb@apache.org Sebb added a comment - Reporter
          This is the script used to do most of the entries in public.txt

          I excluded some lists which appear to be dormant.
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          sebb@apache.org Sebb added a comment - Reporter This is the script used to do most of the entries in public.txt I excluded some lists which appear to be dormant.
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          cml Chris Lambertus added a comment -
          How would we know if some of those lists in public.txt were meant to be private? I think the only way to be sure on this would be to contact each PMC. There doesn't appear to be any obvious ones like 'private' or 'security' in public.txt, but no idea on things like 'codereview' or the various 'marketing' lists. They are public now, and have been replicated and indexed all over the internet, so not sure it really matters?

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          cml Chris Lambertus added a comment - How would we know if some of those lists in public.txt were meant to be private? I think the only way to be sure on this would be to contact each PMC. There doesn't appear to be any obvious ones like 'private' or 'security' in public.txt, but no idea on things like 'codereview' or the various 'marketing' lists. They are public now, and have been replicated and indexed all over the internet, so not sure it really matters?
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          sebb@apache.org Sebb added a comment - Reporter
          That's the question.
          I don't know if the original requests to open the lists are recorded anywhere, and if so, how to find any subsequent corrections that might have been separately issued.

          In this case I double-checked the public list against /home/apmail/public-arch on minotaur and the equivalent on eos.

          However if they were wrongly classified on minotaur, then they are wrong now.

          I did a similar check for the private lists, but it's obviously less of an issue if the classification was wrong.

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          sebb@apache.org Sebb added a comment - Reporter That's the question. I don't know if the original requests to open the lists are recorded anywhere, and if so, how to find any subsequent corrections that might have been separately issued. In this case I double-checked the public list against /home/apmail/public-arch on minotaur and the equivalent on eos. However if they were wrongly classified on minotaur, then they are wrong now. I did a similar check for the private lists, but it's obviously less of an issue if the classification was wrong.
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          cml Chris Lambertus added a comment -
          Not all of the lists are subbed currently. Based on your comment [~sebb@apache.org] I was under the impression that you'd subbed all the lists. spark.apache.org/sql was one that is not subbed based on a quick spot check I did.

          I see no point in tracking down each one of these lists, since they have been in the state they've been in since either creation or requested modification. Would you be so kind as to complete the subscription process you were doing so we can close this? I don't know where you left off.
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          cml Chris Lambertus added a comment - Not all of the lists are subbed currently. Based on your comment [~ sebb@apache.org ] I was under the impression that you'd subbed all the lists. spark.apache.org/sql was one that is not subbed based on a quick spot check I did. I see no point in tracking down each one of these lists, since they have been in the state they've been in since either creation or requested modification. Would you be so kind as to complete the subscription process you were doing so we can close this? I don't know where you left off.
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          sebb@apache.org Sebb added a comment - Reporter
          I think all the lists are now subscribed apart from nifi/security (INFRA-13454)

          Also the following lists have mod_mbox subscribers but they are not listed in .archives so I assume they are obsolete:

          apache.org/id
          apache.org/id-core
          apache.org/jcpsun
          apache.org/jserv-bugdb
          apache.org/security-team
          apache.org/wikidiffs
          apachecon.com/planners-old
          apachecon.com/speakers-2010-na
          apachecon.com/speakers-2011-na
          apachecon.com/speakers-old
          apachecon.com/speakers-old2
          apachecon.com/speakers-old3
          bookkeeper.apache.org/commits-old
          geronimo.apache.org/geronimo-tck
          geronimo.apache.org/servicemix-tck
          mesos.apache.org/modules
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          sebb@apache.org Sebb added a comment - Reporter I think all the lists are now subscribed apart from nifi/security ( INFRA-13454 ) Also the following lists have mod_mbox subscribers but they are not listed in .archives so I assume they are obsolete: apache.org/id apache.org/id-core apache.org/jcpsun apache.org/jserv-bugdb apache.org/security-team apache.org/wikidiffs apachecon.com/planners-old apachecon.com/speakers-2010-na apachecon.com/speakers-2011-na apachecon.com/speakers-old apachecon.com/speakers-old2 apachecon.com/speakers-old3 bookkeeper.apache.org/commits-old geronimo.apache.org/geronimo-tck geronimo.apache.org/servicemix-tck mesos.apache.org/modules

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