[pass] Simple password store
dashohoxha at gmail.com
Mon Feb 1 15:41:05 CET 2016
You are right.
I will not send anymore unrelated emails.
On Mon, Feb 1, 2016 at 3:16 PM, Timmo Verlaan <tverlaan at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 1, 2016 at 2:37 PM Dashamir Hoxha <dashohoxha at gmail.com>
>> If people want to subscribe on github, they can do it here:
> Thanks for sharing the URL!
> However I think that github, excellent as it is, cannot replace 100% the
>> need for a good old mailing list, and I don't know how to create one easily
>> (besides using google groups). If someone can help it will be wellcome.
> Well, google groups is a free option and quite easy (as it seems). I'm
> unfamiliar with creating mailing lists and therefor can't give you any
> other recommendation.
>> Besides this, I think that in this list may be some scripting experts and
>> security experts, that maybe are not really interested on the new project,
>> but wouldn't mind to give some help or advice, if asked.
>> So, if you don't mind, maybe I can use this list just for this purpose
>> (asking for code review or advice).
>> I will try to keep the posting at minimum, and the subject will make it
>> clear that it is not about the existing password-store project. For example
>> I can prefix the subject with "[pw] ", and the people that are not
>> interested can disregard it.
>> Anyway, if this is not OK, I will stop it.
> This mailing list is specifically created for questions/help/announcements
> regarding password-store. People subscribe to this list because of
> password-store and related things but not something else. If you have
> specific questions for scripting and/or security experts, there are
> extremely useful (resp.) stackoverflow  and stackexchange 
> alternatives where you can get a lot more feedback and perhaps even better
> as the security domain is a lot broader than just the subscribers of this
> mailing list.
> I wouldn't be surprised if some people on this list are also present on
> these alternatives.
> I hope this can help you further with your project and allows you to setup
> a community around your project and find new ways of finding answers to
> your questions.
> Also, for reference, here is the information  about this mailing list.
> Thanks for understanding.
> Best regards,
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