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Re: test of non-subscribed user

Hmmm, my bad....

No need to dredge up an old topic.  However, I could
not find a FAQ for this list?  Does one exist?

I have been on this list for a few months now and I
find it informative enough to stay subscribed but I
have to admit there is a fair amount of noise to which
I am now adding.  :(

I guess this is to be expected from a non-moderated,
fully open, no subscription needed, mailing list. 
Although, I believe I understand the reasons for the
list being this way, I wouldn't mind reading some of
this discussion compiled in a FAQ if anyone could
point me to it.....  a quick search of the archives
wasn't very productive for me.


--- "Noah L. Meyerhans" <frodo@morgul.net> wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 26, 2002 at 08:08:40AM -0800, Ted Parvu
> wrote:
> > This is a test to see if a non-subscribed user can
> > post to the debian security list.  
> > 
> > This is only a test.  If you are reading this,
> then
> > the answer is yes and that just doesn't seem
> > right.....
> *plonk*
> This has been discussed *at length* a huge number of
> times in the past.
> YES!  Non-subscribed users have *ALWAYS* been able
> to post to Debian
> lists.  This is *by design* and is not going to
> change!
> noah
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