[lcdproc] Anyone have a complete archive of this list?
William W. Ferrell
Thu, 24 Aug 2000 07:02:54 -0600
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* Mindaugas Idzelis (email@example.com)'s mailer blew these chunks:
> If anyone has a complete archive of this list... (list-owner perhaps?) I
> would like a copy of the mail file. When I get back to school in 2
> weeks, I'll put up a usenet server. All the messages will be accessible
> through your newsgroup browser, not to mention an easy way to search
> through the archive, since http://lists.omnipotent.net's search
> functionality has been broken for a LONG time! The mailing list will
> still function. All posts that go to the list will go to the newsgroup,
> and vice-versa. Plus we can have different newsgroups:
> etc, etc, etc
This sounds good, but before you start I'd like to throw another idea
out. Sourceforge does mailing list stuff, too. Built-in archives, etc. I
don't know if it does newsgroup stuff with the mailing list (which would
be beyond cool -- I love Pan :).
All depends on what Gareth thinks, really :) 'Tis his box and mailing
One advantage to moving to the Sourceforge mailing lists is it'll be a
fresh start, and it'll split things off into a developer list and an
Of course the sucky part of switching is we'll lose the archives we
already have (well, we won't really lose them, but they won't be
immediately available on the Sourceforge site).
William W. Ferrell, System Administrator, Global Crossing Ltd.
950 17th St Ste 2200, Denver, CO 80202 1.303.223.0564
"Our vision is to speed up time, eventually eliminating it." -- Alex Schure
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