- Requested name of the mailing list: reading-web-team
- Reasoning/explanation of purpose (and link to community consensus, if applicable): Internal/private communication list for the Reading Web team
- Initial list administrator's email address: email@example.com
How about reading-web-team? It's different from reading-wmf because this list includes the reading web team members only. Reading-wmf has subscribers from other teams (a couple of people from Discovery come to mind) and other teams inside the reading vertical. The proposed new list will be used for communication that only interests the reading web team. I guess we want to simplify the process of emailing a handful of people.
Btw, aren't all lists kind of internal/private? I just meant private to members only. We want to strictly control who can join.
T110586 seems pretty related which is also under no consensus or clear reasoning behind needing a list.
Two internal lists for more or less the same audience cross me as over complicating than simplifying really. Perhaps the list which contains non-departmental people could be replaced with a larger or super-set internal list?
Though if this is the path people want to take, I don't object and wouldn't mind creating the lists, but confirmation is always nice.
I would suggest `reading-web-private'
We are a distributed time zone challenged team (Uzbekistan, USA (west and east coast), UK and Spain) and want a high volume list for sharing things such as personal problems/whereabouts/organising pairing activities/asking for specific code review/logistical questions. These use cases are not fulfilled by reading-wmf.
We already do this but have to remember to cc each other all the time which is a pain. We would like to put ourselves out of our misery.
All this ^
Name-wise I would vote for reading-web-team to make it clear that this is private for team members and team issues. But any of the other names is fine.
If this type of list is not suitable please say so and we'll find another way.