I've set up a webmaster(a)lists.inkscape.org - shall I go ahead and direct
webmaster(a)inkscape.org there? (I'll subscribe you to it as well.)
I'm doing similarly for contact@.
On Tue, Dec 08, 2020 at 01:39:00PM -0500, doctormo(a)gmail.com wrote:
> Thanks for working on this Bryce.
> We've had discussions about moving webmaster(a)inkscape.org (currently
> going to me) to a mailing list to have it opened up to more people.
> Does mailman3 have a way to host a private mailing list for these kinds
> of email addresses?
> Best Regards, Martin Owens
> On Mon, 2020-12-07 at 11:40 -0800, Bryce Harrington wrote:
> > ----- Forwarded message from "cloudscale.ch Support" <
> > support(a)cloudscale.ch> -----
> > Date: Mon, 7 Dec 2020 14:02:56 +0100
> > From: "cloudscale.ch Support" <support(a)cloudscale.ch>
> > To: Bryce Harrington <bryce(a)bryceharrington.org>
> > Subject: Re: cloudscale.ch's sponsoring for Inkscape
> > Dear Bryce
> > Thanks for your message.
> > We are working hard for the exact feature you are asking about: Soon
> > (tm), our cloud control panel will allow to create "organizations",
> > which in turn can own "projects" consisting of one or more
> > servers/resources. Multiple people/accounts can be part of such an
> > organization and also invite others across organizations to
> > collaborate on their projects. It will also be possible to hand over
> > entire projects from one organization to another.
> > However, we expect to release a first version of this long-awaited
> > feature within the first half of 2021 only.
> > In the meantime, we can offer to change your account's main email
> > address (i.e. your username) to something more general such as "
> > devops(a)inkscape.org", if that helps. For day-to-day use, you would
> > need to share API keys and/or GUI credentials, though (which is a
> > nasty way, admittedly, but obsolete within a few months' time). While
> > "transferring" an entire account to another email address is possible
> > already, transferring resources between accounts is not yet.
> > Having outlined the currently possible workarounds, I am glad that
> > this big rework of our control panel will exactly fit your (and many
> > others') use case. We are almost there...
> > If we can do anything else for you, please let us know.
> > Best regards from Zurich - Switzerland,
> > Markus