Re: packaging HTML, CGIs, etc.
* Jimmy Kaplowitz
| On Mon, Jul 16, 2001 at 12:47:39PM +0200, Tollef Fog Heen wrote:
| > * Britton
| > (don't cc me on lists.)
| Why don't you set Mail-Followup-To: accordingly?
Because, in Gnus it's a lot easier to set 'Mail-Copies-To: never'
globally than a per-group mail-followup-to. And Debian policy says
that you shouldn't Cc unless explicitly stated.
| I know the default mutt setup respects that when I invoke the 'reply
| all' feature (i.e., it won't reply to you if you have that set
| right), whereas it ignores Mail-Copies-To: never. In mutt, it's a
| simple matter of adding 'subscribe debian-' to your ~/.muttrc - this
| takes care of adding the header for all mails sent to Debian mailing
As you would have seen, if you had read my headers, is that I use
gnus. And have no intention of switching. About 1.5GB/173K mails
would be a small obstacle if I wanted to switch.
Tollef Fog Heen
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