This list has become a ghost town. I just looked at the archive for the
year running and last year:
2021: 3 messages total
Two questions regarding issues with badges, one in January and one in
July. The question from January was answered in June. Mail from July
never received a response.
2022: 7 messages total
Three strange looking messages in March. Ankit's introduction in July
which no-one responded to. My message regarding getting Badges back in
shape (total of three messages).
I think it's fair to conclude that this mailing list is no longer being
used. I cannot see how many people are currently subscribed nor who, so
I will again sent this mail cc to sysadmin-badges-members.
Unless there's some overwhelming and convincing response this mailing
list will be *archived per 22 November 2022*.
### What now (Future)
Discussion regarding badges is still taking place. There's a tag  now
on Fedora Discussion, to which you can subscribe and that will keep you
on top of all things Badges. It's also possible to join the discussion
from the comfort of your Inbox. Simply reply to any of the messages you
receive and Discourse will add this as a response for the more GUI
In that respect Discourse is able to bridge the gap between more
traditional mailing list and more modern web interface fora. More and
more traditional mailing lists are being moved to Discourse. Most
notably python-dev has moved to Discord .
Hopefully, with more and more people (especially people new to Fedora)
joining Fedora Discussions, we will be able to save the badger from
We started rolling on getting Fedora Badges back in shape:
I'm trying to reach out to as many people as possible, who are or were
involved in Fedora Badges. Please respond on Discussion or to tickets on
Pagure if you are able to help out with any of the items mentioned or
Since the most recent discussions have taken place on, well, Discussion,
and the mailing list has become very quiet, I'd like to ask everyone to
provide their input on Discussion, so we have everything in one place.
Let's make the badger smile again. 🦡