[antlr-interest] contemplating a move of mailing list to stackoverflow.com

Kyle Ferrio kferrio at gmail.com
Wed Apr 11 19:37:12 PDT 2012

Sounds like an interesting experiment.  The signal/noise ratio of this list
is typically higher than what I've seen at SO.   Maybe antlr can give SO a
boost.  :)

 On Apr 11, 2012 4:43 PM, "Terence Parr" <parrt at cs.usfca.edu> wrote:

> Hiya,
> I've  then speaking with the awesome people at stack exchange and they
> were okay with me pointing the support list at
> http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/antlr
> rather than using the mailing list. Well, we would have to phase it out or
> something and keep the archives available. Part of the issue is that people
> use both at the moment. there is no single place to go for questions.
> Basically, I'm trying to reduce my system administration load. I've turned
> off p4 in favor of github and have turned off jira in favor of github's bug
> tracker.  I tried to move the confluence wiki to the on demand service, but
> I'm not sure it's ready for prime time yet so I backed off.
> Moving to that website has a lot of advantages over an old-school mailing
> list, if you've ever used it. You can also treat it like a mailing list by
> asking for events when someone posts an antlr-tagged posting. It's set up
> very nicely for question-and-answer. It's also easier for people to post a
> question because they don't have to sign up for our mailing list. there is
> a good chance that they will have an account already at stackoverflow.com
> Does anybody see any bears in the woods that I'm not? issues? those in
> favor?
> Ter
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