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Wouldn't the openEHR activities qualify for these lists to be hosted by
(If it is alright for academic institutions to host the lists, they
probably can be hosted at jisc as well).
All the best
On 19/01/2012 12:31, Thomas Beale wrote:
> there is an urgent need to move the openEHR community mailing lists from
> their current location at CHIME, UCL to another location. We have now
> researched commercial options for handling mailman lists, and have found
> a number of suitable providers. In all cases, we would move the archives
> of all lists, as well as automatically resubscribing all members of all
> For most of these offerings, it looks as if we will have to change list
> address, i.e. openehr-technical@... will become
> The consequences of this are (assuming the automatic resubscription):
> * taking part in new discussion threads should work normally
> * responding to existing threads, containing the original list
> address, will probably not work (unless we make redirection of mail
> to xxx@... => xxx@... work)
> * any saved copies of openehr list addresses will be wrong. Usually
> people don't rely on such things for mailing lists, so this should
> not be a big problem.
> for the moment at least, the lists.openehr.org and openehr.org domains
> will be in different places.
> The solution above appears to be the only one available at the moment,
> and costs money, unless an academic institution in the openEHR network
> wants to offer to host mailing lists.
> This move is part of a larger move of openEHR's online presence out of
> UCL. It appears that for most things (SVN, Jira, Atlassian, website),
> paid online hosting will be the way to go, unless there are academic
> institutions interested in taking on the job. These changes will mean a)
> some (hopefully small) upheavals in the user experience, and b) some
> costs that need to be covered. I would think the board would be
> interested in any help on the second score.
> - thomas beale