On Sat, 6 Aug 2011 07:11:09 +0200, Alexander Wirt says: > I am currently wading through some old lists.d.o bugreports. Is this problem > still relevant? And if yes, would you care to explain what is the problem? > (I am currently don't having a clue about what the report is and how this > "gateway" should work). There used to be a script running to repost any mail sent to debian-chinese-gb or debian-chinese-big5 between each other many many years ago. Meanwhile, the email encoding is converted according to the maillist (GB2312/GBK for debian- chinese-gb, and BIG5 for debian-chinese-big5). I believe the converting is no longer necessary now. Since UTF-8 has become the de facto email encoding, we don't really need GB- and BIG5 encoding anymore. However, I'm not sure if cross posting is still needed. -- Sincerely, Boyuan Yang
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