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Re: listarchives now under debwww jurisdiction


I'm glad that this happen. The list-archive has been neglected long

Josip, I'm sorry I didn't have time this week to help you. I took a look
to /org/lists.debian.org/ and the only thing that I saw was that 
unfilteredmbox is 32MB and unless some body wants to do something with it
I would say that it is safe to delete it and start again collecting
unclassified email.

Cesar Mendoza
"The three golden rules to ensure computer security:
Do not own a computer, do not power it on, and do not use it."
  --Robert T. Morris

On Thu, 24 Aug 2000, Josip Rodin wrote:

> Hi people,
> With some essential help from James Troup, I've converted the lists archives
> to use the stuff under /org/lists.debian.org/ on master.debian.org.
> This was done in order to enable all members of the debwww group to fix
> stuff if/when it breaks. See /org/lists.debian.org/README on master for
> details on how it works.
> I've also applied a couple of those Y2K fixes, so the search engine should
> start working properly again RSN.
> Michael Beattie has changed the pseudo-packages.maintainers file to list the
> debian-www mailing list as the maintainer for listarchives pseudo-package,
> and the new version will propagate next time dinstall remirrors the archive.
> (NB he also changed, as suggested by me, to have www.debian.org entry
> include "and others" after Jay's name, I hope that's okay?)
> -- 
> Digital Electronic Being Intended for Assassination and Nullification

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