[Discuss] Invitation to create and lead a OpenNebula User Group

Javier Fontan jfontan at opennebula.org
Mon May 20 06:28:40 PDT 2013

We've been discussing the creation of mailing lists in our servers and
we think that is better to let the different groups be totally
independent. Having a common domain is nice but our mail list software
(mailman) may not be the best for these kind of groups (ex. archive
feature is really bad) and managing them can be a but cumbersome. The
user group having control of the tools is also a plus.

I am subscribed to two local user groups in Madrid and they are using
Google Groups for the mailing lists and a wiki
(https://www.jottit.com/) to keep pages of events. One thing I like is
that it is very easy to browse the archives and join to answer in no
time. There may be other groups that want to use other means for that,
like facebook pages or Google Plus Communities. That does not mean
that this mailing list cannot be used to publicise events done by user

On Sat, May 18, 2013 at 10:29 AM, Rodrigue Chakode
<rodrigue.chakode at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> +1, I was also thinking on that. This would be a more coherent approach than
> creating mailing lists from different providers.
> Regards,
> --
> Rodrigue Chakode
> Le 18 mai 2013 10:20, "Giovanni Toraldo" <me at gionn.net> a écrit :
>> Hi,
>> it would be possible to setup a new mailing list on
>> lists.opennebula.org for localized user groups?
>> It's a good starting point for building up an initial user base.
>> Thanks!
>> --
>> Giovanni Toraldo
>> http://gionn.net
>> _______________________________________________
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>> Discuss at lists.opennebula.org
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Javier Fontán Muiños
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OpenNebula - The Open Source Toolkit for Data Center Virtualization
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