Dealing with list volume

Joe Doss joe at
Thu Dec 7 17:34:26 CET 2017

On 11/30/2017 07:03 AM, Jason A. Donenfeld wrote:
> Recently XDA learned about WireGuard, which has resulted in an influx
> of teenagers writing in, sometimes with their mailing addresses, and
> generally decreasing the overall quality of discussion here. As
> WireGuard becomes more well known, this kind of thing is expected to
> continue. I'd prefer for this list to stay one where it's easy to stay
> up to date and "read every post". I'll be enabling some mailman
> filters in the coming days to try and filter some things out and keep
> things sane around here. If you all have any suggestions or requests
> with regards to this, I'm happy to listen to them.

We do need a place for users to communicate that isn't going to collide 
with devel chatter. is pretty great for 
users, easy to use and not terrible to self host. I think it would be 
good to give users a non mailing list place to self help on their problems.

I would be willing to donate the server needed to run one for WireGuard 
and the time/energy to set it up and keep it running. If you want to 
keep things in email, set up a wg-users list and call it a day.


Joe Doss
joe at

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