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New help-gnuzilla list + integrating bug-gnuzilla with the GNU Bug Track

From: Amin Bandali
Subject: New help-gnuzilla list + integrating bug-gnuzilla with the GNU Bug Tracker
Date: Sun, 10 Nov 2019 01:08:40 -0500
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Hello folks,

We recently added a new help-gnuzilla [1] list for the GNUzilla project,
which will serve as a user list for general discussion and requests for
help and support about GNUzilla and IceCat.

Further, now having a dedicated user list for general discussions and
requests for help, we are repurposing bug-gnuzilla for use as the
backing list for GNUzilla and IceCat bug reports in the GNU Bug Tracker
system at  I will be sending a request for this
to help-debbugs [2] shortly.  Once done, new posts to bug-gnuzilla
(including replies to previous discussions) will create new bug numbers
the first time they’re processed by the GNU Bug Tracker.  As such, I’d
like to ask folks to consider moving the rest of any ongoing discussion
previously started on bug-gnuzilla to the more relevant list between
either of help-gnuzilla (see above) or gnuzilla-dev [3] (for development
discussions around GNUzilla and IceCat); unless of course it is a bug
report, in which case you’re more than welcome to keep discussing in
bug-gnuzilla.  The GNUzilla project’s homepage was recently updated with
information about these lists [4].

Lastly, the lists are also integrated into Gmane, with their newsgroup
counterparts currently as follows:

 List           Newsgroup                     
 bug-gnuzilla   gmane.comp.gnu.gnuzilla       
 gnuzilla-dev   gmane.comp.gnu.gnuzilla.devel 
 help-gnuzilla  gmane.comp.gnu.gnuzilla.user  





Amin Bandali
Free Software Activist | GNU Maintainer & Webmaster
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