[csw-users] asking questions

Dennis Clarke dclarke at blastwave.org
Fri Aug 29 00:19:11 CEST 2008

> Hi Jon,
> Am 28.08.2008 um 23:17 schrieb Fechner, Jon L.:
>> What/where is the correct forum for Blastwave users to ask questions?
> You have found the right place :-)
>> I used to belong to and send questions to users at lists.blastwave.org
>> but
>> now I am seeing messages from users at lists.opencsw.org.
>> Did the mailing list just migrate to lists.opencsw.org with users and
>> archives intact? It kind of looks like it did. I suppose this may have
>> had to do with the recent split between CSW and Blastwave.
> Yes, that is the reason. The mailserver was independent of the Blastwave
> activities and is now used for the OpenCSW project. The main focus
> for OpenCSW are the production releases of Solaris (that is Solaris 8
> to 10, both Sparc and x86) whereas Blastwave is heading toward
> OpenSolaris and Solaris Express.

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