[Snort-sigs] [Snort-devel] Snort.org Blog: Google Groups are alive!
jesler at ...435...
Wed Feb 9 15:16:32 EST 2011
Google Groups are essentially a forum/mailing list/"usenet-like" group, all in one.
You can signup for the Google Group, you can post there via the web. The people who have signed up via email will receive your web-post as an email, and they can respond via email, which is then put back into the discussed, threaded, so you can read and reply via web.
Vice versa as well.
On Feb 9, 2011, at 3:14 PM, L0rd Ch0de1m0rt wrote:
> What the hell are Google Groups?
> -L0rd C.
> On Wed, Feb 9, 2011 at 1:58 PM, Joel Esler <jesler at ...435...> wrote:
> > http://blog.snort.org/2011/02/google-groups-are-alive.html
> > Google Groups are alive!
> > Late last year I put out a poll that discussed the merging of the Mailing
> > lists and Forums and it seemed that most of the people that answered the
> > poll thought that Google Groups was the way to go (82% of you!).
> > So we've stood up three Google Groups that mimic our Snort Mailing lists.
> > These groups are unmoderated, open to the community for posting, and have
> > the same criteria as our mailing lists.
> > Snort-Users
> > Snort-Signatures
> > Snort-Devel
> > Right now the Google Groups and the Mailing lists are not merged and do not
> > cross post (they used to, but after testing a bit, it didn't really
> > integrate correctly, so the link was broken this morning).
> > If you join the Google Groups and you select "email" as your delivery
> > method, you will receive an email for every post (just like the Mailing
> > list), even the subject tags will be the same. i.e. [Snort-Users],
> > [Snort-Sigs], and [Snort-Devel]
> > As of March 1, 2011, the forums at Snort.org will be locked and will be read
> > only. The content will still be preserved, however, after that date, no
> > more posting will be allowed. A persistent banner has been put on
> > http://forums.snort.org to remind people of this fact.
> > At this time we are not merging the Mailing Lists and Google Groups. We'll
> > let it balance out for awhile, see how the new Google Groups go, and we'll
> > revisit the merging of the Mailing Lists again after awhile. So, if you are
> > a member of the Snort Mailing Lists, and would like to sign up for the
> > Google Groups, feel free, as they are still separate entities.
> > The Groups will be handled the same as the mailing lists. Spammers will be
> > banned, and their posts deleted, etc.
> > To sign up for the new Google Groups, you may visit this page:
> > http://www.snort.org/community/Groups/
> > Where I have placed sign-up boxes for all three of the groups.
> > I'd like to hear feedback on the groups. That way I can improve what I can.
> > Thanks all, and thanks to our IT and web teams for helping out on the
> > testing for the Google Groups and various other uncountable things they've
> > been able to help me with during this transition.
> > --
> > Joel Esler
> > jesler at ...435...
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