A problem of etiquette

guido@sirio.stat.unipd.it guido@sirio.stat.unipd.it
Wed, 27 May 1998 13:29:05 +0100 (GMT+0100)

Perhaps, the question is silly. But, I prefer asking it before making a 

I have just packed a binary distribution of R for Windows3.1/Win32s.
It is equivalent to the previous one for Win95/NT (R-0.61.3 +
many of the available packages) and it is compiled with egcs-mingw32
(GPL not a commercial compiler).

Now, in preparing the README, I put the following sentence:
This distribution is not formally maintained, but I am interested 
in hearing (on r-devel and r-help) from people who have problems with it, 
although I may not be able to solve them.

The etiquette question is: can I ask people to use r-devel/r-help
although I am not managing these lists?

guido m.
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