[syslinux] "syslinux-commits" mailing list and archive. WAS:Testing, please excuse the noise...

Ady Ady ady-sf at hotmail.com
Mon Feb 18 08:56:31 PST 2019

> We now have a new archive repo at zytor.com. Almost all resources and 
> communication channels depend on zytor.com being on-line, including the 
> mailing list itself.
> Please note how the "bounces..." address is still "at zytor.com". 
> Whether that has any (positive or negative) influence in some case / 
> support / troubleshooting / configuration, I don't know at this point.
> So it makes me wonder...
> what's the reason and/or goal to change the mailing list address?
> Will the zytor.com email address be accepting emails anyway (at least 
> for some time)?
> This might be more important / relevant for sporadic / non-frequent 
> senders (whether subscribed to the list or not). Some subscribed 
> members of the list might be receiving it in "Digest" form, so this 
> info should be clearly promoted.
> Sending a special notice (similar or together with the monthly notice) 
> to all subscribed members with relevant details might also be important 
> for anti-spammer systems and similar (address-based) blockers and/or 
> (organization) filters. Otherwise, a new email address might be 
> (silently, automatically) rejected / blocked in some cases.
> TIA,
> Ady.
BTW, until very recently, we used to have a "syslinux-commits" mailing 
list (and its archive).

Would it be possible to have "syslinux-commits" back (and its archive)?

IIRC, it was "linked" to the commits published at


but I could be misremembering.

It would be helpful if the "syslinux-commits" mailing list (and 
archive) would be re-established _before_ updating the git.zytor.com 
repo with the recent commits.


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