Juju-dev -- Juju development discussion


About Juju-dev

This list is intended for discussion of the processes and technical details pertaining to the development of Juju.

It should generally not be used to discuss *what* we plan to do, but it's a great place to talk about *how* we could/should/will do the things we've agreed in on the plain juju@ list.

To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the Juju-dev Archives.

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