> Hi, the homepage of this mailing list:
> https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/boost-docs >
> Says: "There is an associated Wiki"
> I click the wiki and I see that boost documentation is written in DocBook,
> in "The Graphical Overview". wtf?
> Aren't we switching to quickbook, huh? =:-)
If we continue to add more resources to the docs project we may have
the power to force a switch to lists.boost.org where this list
> on Wed Jun 20 2007, "Matias Capeletto" <matias.capeletto-AT-gmail.com> wrote:
> > If we continue to add more resources to the docs project we may have
> > the power to force a switch to lists.boost.org where this list
> > belongs.
> I don't think there's any relationship between the two, and "forcing"
> isn't necessary. It's just a matter of making the right requests and
> people finding the time.
You are probably right. I have send some mails about this to the list
and John Maddock send some too, but nobody answer. Maybe I was not
asking the correct person.
> Does a switch to lists.boost.org offer any real advantages that make
> it worthwhile?
The list was down for three days short ago because of sourceforge
problems. That was what make me want it to be in list.boost.org.
Apart from that, I like to have related resources together, and I do
not see a reason for this list to be left behind in sourceforge,
except for the obvious one of having to work to translate it :)