TL;DR There is a new fedora atomic mailing list  and IRC channel , but the mailing list
should only be used for automated messages and the IRC channel should be used only
when something extremely Fedora specific (like releng bits) is being discussed. Otherwise
please use the upstream project atomic mailing list  and IRC channel  for everything.
The cloud* list and IRC channel should be no longer used for atomic specific discussions.
In an attempt to minimize the confusion around the relationship between
the Fedora Atomic Working Group and the Fedora Cloud SIG we have decided 
to have a new mailing list  and irc channel  for Fedora Atomic.
Since there is an upstream project atomic mailing list  and irc channel  already
we have decided that the new fedora atomic mailing list and irc channels should
be narrow in focus and actually push discussion towards the upstream project
atomic mailing list and irc channel. This is mostly so we can get more people
talking about the same problems in one place and have some cross pollination.
The new communication model:
* atomic(a)lists.fedoraproject.org This list is for all automated messages and cc'd
on announcements. It is not a discussion list; discussions on it will be either
(a) cc'd to atomic-devel or (b) redirected to a pagure issue as appropriate.
* atomic-devel(a)projectatomic.io will be used for all mailing list discussions.
* all discussions of general topics around Fedora Atomic, including contents,
containerized kube, container reviews, ostree changes, etc, etc. will be on #atomic.
* discussions and troubleshooting Fedora build pipeline/releng (bodhi, punji, etc.)
for Atomic will be on the new channel #fedora-atomic. Content discussions which start
there will get re-directed to #atomic.
Please take this opportunity to subscribe to any new mailing lists and join any new irc
channels you find appropriate.
 #fedora-atomic) on freenode
 #atomic on freenode