[uCsimm] lists confusion

From: mdurrant@uclinux.org
Date: Fri Nov 23 2001 - 12:29:15 EST


A uCdimm list does exist as well but no one is presently subscribed.
IMHO Both the uCsimm and uCdimm should be merged to form a hardware
related list for Net+40, NETtel, uCdimm/uCsimm, Devboards etc ... Leaving
the uClinux-dev list for kernel and tools related posting.

Please forward comments to mdurrant@uclinux.org I will give a few weeks
for comments and then if no serious objections I will make the changes.

--
Michael Durrant
mdurrant@uclinux.org

On Fri, 23 Nov 2001 Ryan.HARKIN@syntegra.com wrote:

> I'll discuss this with you.... :) > > I haven't seen the list at kc-inc.net; I went to their site but there are no > links on there. > > AFAIK, there is a list specifically for the uCsimm, but not the uCdimm. I > have heard the uCdimm mentioned in this forum (uclinux-dev) many times > before: look in the archive and see, > http://www.uclinux.org/pub/uClinux/archive/index.html. > > So, I guess that if you want to talk about the uCdimm, here is as good a > place as any. As long as you make it clear that your message relates to the > uCdimm then I doubt anyone would mind. > > Most of the topics on this list cover coding issues, not just with the > kernel. However, the odd general topic gets discussed here too. People > here seem very enthusiastic about uClinux and related issues and if your > question is well formed, you can usually expect some feedback. > > Cheers, > Ryan. > > > -----Original Message----- > > From: J R Lars [mailto:listpoppa@home.se] > > Sent: 23 November 2001 09:35 > > To: uclinux-dev@uclinux.org > > Subject: Re: [uClinux-dev] lists confusion > > > > > > > There is a uclinux mailing list at kc-inc.net. There is a > > uclinux-dev > > > mailing list at uclinux.org. The uclinux.org web only refers to > > > uclinux-dev. Does that mean the other list is not official, > > or not used, > > > or is it supposed to cover different topics? From the names > > one would > > > guess uclinux-dev is meant to cover development issues on the kernel > > > itself, but that doesn't seem to be the case. > > > > Anyone? > > Please? > > I'm just trying not to post stuff to wrong lists. Is it OK to post > > general issues about uCdimm, m68k-elf-gcc, uClibc, porting > > problems etc. > > here? I see no (well, little) traffic on uclinux@kc-inc.net. > > > > /L > > -- > > When you're down and out, lift up your voice and shout, "I'M DOWN AND > > OUT"! > > This message resent by the uclinux-dev@uclinux.org list > > server http://www.uClinux.org/ > > > > > ******************************************************************** > > This email may contain information which is privileged or confidential. If you are not the intended recipient of this email, please notify the sender immediately and delete it without reading, copying, storing, forwarding or disclosing its contents to any other person > Thank you > > Check us out at http://www.syntegra.com > > ******************************************************************** > > This message resent by the uclinux-dev@uclinux.org list server http://www.uClinux.org/ >

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