Secret Cabal Mailing List

I was reading through some stuff and came across this gem from the revered Scott Merrill aka Skippy about creating a private mailing list that only commiters can see:

“We (the committers) can discussion patches and contributions by others in a way that won’t get polluted by those people, and so their feelings wont get hurt as we discuss their contributions”

A couple of initial thoughts:

  • This is a FANTASTIC idea. The revered leaders need a place to discuss the hoi polloi without worrying their pretty little heads.
  • Will be perfect for gossip and collusion as well.
  • The existence of the list should be a secret as well. (Does it already exist?)
  • If people bitch about there being a list, we can just say it doesn’t exist but email and cc: each other all the time to basically have a list.
  • Finally, I WANT IN. Please please please please please please please please please.

I think my contributions to the blogosphere and Habari documentation warrant my inclusion into the secret cabal, and I will gladly submit myself to any hazing you bad boys have in mind.


4 Responses to “Secret Cabal Mailing List”

  1. 1 Root January 16, 2007 at 6:24 pm

    Definitely. The punters must not get access to the development. Leave it to the professionals otherwise there will be chaos.

  2. 3 Root January 19, 2007 at 1:05 am

    Beside which it is no fun having a cabal which is secret. The fun is to let folks know about it but not to let them join.

  1. 1 Ding dong, the logo’s dead « Habari Wank! Trackback on January 17, 2007 at 4:30 pm

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