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where has  sunmanagers.org mailing list gone to ?

Posted on 2014-11-15
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Anyone know where has  sunmanagers.org gone to & what's it's
closest equivalent if it's not around anymore ?

Is its archive still around?
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Solaris x86 is what I would more interested in
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That is the archive.  Is the list still active under another guise or what is the next active Solaris mailing list around?
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No, just the archive
The only other one I can find is
https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/solarisx86/info

which is pretty much dead as well.
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