Tom Albers | 1 Mar 12:35 2011
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Top 15 Mailinglists with messages in moderation

Hi,

New month, new list:

Moderation queue top list:

48 kde-i18n-pt
48 kde-contests
34 kfm-devel
31 dot-stories
28 klik-devel
23 digikam-users
20 kde-embedded
19 kde-openserver
19 kde-news-de
19 kde-france-ca
18 kde-partnership
18 kaddressbook
15 kitchensync
14 www-fr
13 magazine

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Tom Albers
KDE Sysadmin

Raphael Kubo da Costa | 1 Mar 15:59 2011
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Re: Top 15 Mailinglists with messages in moderation

Tom Albers <toma <at> kde.org> writes:

> 34 kfm-devel

I could help with this one.

Nuno Pinheiro | 1 Mar 16:07 2011

Re: Top 15 Mailinglists with messages in moderation

A Terça, 1 de Março de 2011 14:59:12 Raphael Kubo da Costa você escreveu:
> Tom Albers <toma <at> kde.org> writes:
> > 34 kfm-devel
> 
> I could help with this one.
kde-i18n-pt
fixed 
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Ingo Klöcker | 1 Mar 20:56 2011
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Re: Top 15 Mailinglists with messages in moderation

On Tuesday 01 March 2011, Tom Albers wrote:
> 18 kaddressbook

If you have a look at http://lists.kde.org/?l=kaddressbook you'll see 
that there is basically no traffic at all on this list. The last three 
messages are all SPAM. And the three messages from May 2010 are

- a proposal to delete the ml asking for objections
- a message from Anne who asks to inform her when the deletion is 
executed
- a "no objection against deletion" statement

So, please nuke this list.

Regards,
Ingo
Tom Albers | 1 Mar 21:11 2011
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Re: Top 15 Mailinglists with messages in moderation


----- Original Message -----
> On Tuesday 01 March 2011, Tom Albers wrote:
> > 18 kaddressbook
> 
> If you have a look at http://lists.kde.org/?l=kaddressbook you'll see
> that there is basically no traffic at all on this list. The last three
> messages are all SPAM. And the three messages from May 2010 are
> 
> - a proposal to delete the ml asking for objections
> - a message from Anne who asks to inform her when the deletion is
> executed
> - a "no objection against deletion" statement
> 
> So, please nuke this list.

Thanks for the thorough investigation. List is nuked.

Best,
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KDE Sysadmin

Tom Albers | 1 Mar 21:31 2011
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Re: Top 15 Mailinglists with messages in moderation

----- Original Message -----
> Tom Albers <toma <at> kde.org> writes:
> 
> > 34 kfm-devel
> 
> I could help with this one.

Awesome, password mailed in separate mail.

Best,
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Tom Albers
KDE Sysadmin

Harri Porten | 1 Mar 21:35 2011

Re: Top 15 Mailinglists with messages in moderation

On Tue, 1 Mar 2011, Raphael Kubo da Costa wrote:

>> 34 kfm-devel
>
> I could help with this one.

I do keep an eye on messages held back btw. As long as there's just spam I 
don't bother logging in to clean it up. Granted, this is slightly risky so 
any help is welcome.

Just cleaned the queue btw.

Harri.

Frederik Schwarzer | 1 Mar 22:37 2011
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Re: Top 15 Mailinglists with messages in moderation

On 01/03/2011, Harri Porten <porten <at> froglogic.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 1 Mar 2011, Raphael Kubo da Costa wrote:
>
>>> 34 kfm-devel
>>
>> I could help with this one.
>
> I do keep an eye on messages held back btw. As long as there's just spam I
> don't bother logging in to clean it up. Granted, this is slightly risky so
> any help is welcome.

listadmin ftw :)
http://blog.lydiapintscher.de/category/productivity/

Regards

Marco Martin | 2 Mar 10:40 2011
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Re: Profiles for all KDE-applications

On Sunday 27 February 2011, Jonathan Schmidt-Dominé wrote:
> Hi!
> 
> > however, i don't think it's the right place for it
> > depends here why we want multiple configuration files.
> > to have things like a different set of bookmarks, a different set of file
> > open some mail folders hidden? that's something for activities, yes, but
> > not to be achieved by the means of different configuration files.
> 
> Huh, why not? Different visible dockers, different snippets in Kate,
> different  activated plugins, different active Akonadi-ressources (not
> sure, if that is supported in the config-files) etc.
> 
> For each profile it shoud be possible to configure which config-files to
> share and which config-files to recreate/clone, because you may want to
> share bookmarks but use different plugins etc. That would be nicer than --
> config and KDEHOME. And all that stuff could be handled by KConfig etc.,
> they would keep some preferences and they would use the normal config-file,
> create a new one, copy the old one or use a different one according to the
> preferences, maybe it could even ask the user, because it cannot know about
> all used config-files before startup (but that would probably involve
> binary incompatibility).

what about having two config file, a primary one that is the "real one" and a 
set of secondary ones that can be loaded and changed on the fly depending on 
activity change?

Cheers,
Marco Martin

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Stefan Majewsky | 2 Mar 15:21 2011

Re: Profiles for all KDE-applications

On Wed, Mar 2, 2011 at 10:40 AM, Marco Martin <notmart <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> what about having two config file, a primary one that is the "real one" and a
> set of secondary ones that can be loaded and changed on the fly depending on
> activity change?

Perfectly possible from the technical side thanks to KConfig, but:
Upon changing a configuration parameter, how should the user decide
whether this change is local to the activity or global to all
activities (i.e. whether it goes into the activity-specific config or
the "real one")?

Greetings
Stefan


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