Annoucement Mailinglist?

Hi!

Is there some kind of announcement mailing list? I want to stay up to
date about new releases or security problems, but don’t want to get all
regular mails on this list.

Regards, Johannes

On Wed, 2009-08-19 at 23:11 +0200, Johannes B. wrote:

Hi!

Is there some kind of announcement mailing list? I want to stay up to
date about new releases or security problems, but don’t want to get all
regular mails on this list.

You could subscribe to this wiki page:

http://wiki.nginx.org/NginxInstall

Whenever a new release is announced, I update this page, so if you are
“watching” it (small magnifying glass icon on top right), you’ll get a
notification that a new Nginx release has been announced. You will
need to create a wiki account to enable this feature.

Cliff

same

Is there some kind of announcement mailing list? I want to stay up to date
about new releases or security problems, but don’t want to get all regular
mails on this list.

I used to subscribe to the RSS feed on gmane, which shows you the first
mail
in each thread… handily, that includes Igor’s announcement emails. :slight_smile:

  • Jeff

Hi!

Cliff W. wrote:

Whenever a new release is announced, I update this page, so if you are
“watching” it (small magnifying glass icon on top right), you’ll get a
notification that a new Nginx release has been announced. You will
need to create a wiki account to enable this feature.

Thanks, I did that and enabled email notification. But it’s rather
tricky. A usual announcement mailinglist would be better, I think. :slight_smile:

Regards, Johannes

Hi!

Cliff W. wrote:

Whenever a new release is announced, I update this page, so if you are
“watching” it (small magnifying glass icon on top right), you’ll get a
notification that a new Nginx release has been announced. You will
need to create a wiki account to enable this feature.

Thanks, I did that and enabled email notification. But it’s rather
tricky. A usual announcement mailinglist would be better, I think. :slight_smile:

Regards, Johannes

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I agree. I get over 500 emails a day from different things and all I
really want to know about is security issues and updates.

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