Luc Van der Veken | 1 Oct 12:12 2003
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Authenticating once for two messages

I sent two messages to gmane.network.openvpn.user, and received two
authentication responses.

I first answered only to the oldest: the youngest post appeared
shortly after.

I waited more than 15 minutes, but the other message still wasn't
there; then I replied to the other authentication mail (to both
actually, so I now answered twice to one of them).

Half an hour later, the message still doesn't show up.

Is there a message size limit for that list (the other post was rather
long), or do I have to send it again?
Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen | 1 Oct 12:30 2003
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Re: Authenticating once for two messages

Luc Van der Veken <lucvdv <at> null.net> writes:

> I first answered only to the oldest: the youngest post appeared
> shortly after.

... and the oldest post was deleted from the queue.

You'll have to re-send that one.

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Clemens Fischer | 1 Oct 16:31 2003

Re: search-engine/web access to lists?

* 2003-08-19 Ed Avis:

> Of course, I just looked for http://gmane.org/robots.txt.

out of curiousity, i wanted to look at that file, too, but couldn't
find it.

  clemens
Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen | 1 Oct 17:18 2003
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Re: search-engine/web access to lists?

Clemens Fischer <ino-qc <at> spotteswoode.dnsalias.org> writes:

>> Of course, I just looked for http://gmane.org/robots.txt.
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> out of curiousity, i wanted to look at that file, too, but couldn't
> find it.

There isn't one...

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Oystein Viggen | 2 Oct 00:32 2003
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s/trustix/tawie/g

Hi

Due to the ups and downs of the business world, the word "trustix" in
the groups gmane.linux.trustix.{announce,general} should be changed to
"tawie".  This goes both for group names and e-mail addresses.

The subscriptions seem still active.

Oystein
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Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen | 2 Oct 00:35 2003
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Re: s/trustix/tawie/g

Oystein Viggen <oysteivi <at> tihlde.org> writes:

> Due to the ups and downs of the business world, the word "trustix" in
> the groups gmane.linux.trustix.{announce,general} should be changed to
> "tawie".  This goes both for group names and e-mail addresses.

Ok; I've added them to the "move" file.

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Dan Jacobson | 2 Oct 02:48 2003

Re: Linking to groups

>> but what about Linking to groups

Lars> Isn't that kinda self-evident?

I don't know, here are some of my offline guesses:
http://news.gmane.org/onethread.php?group=gmane.discuss
http://article.gmane.org/gmane.discuss/
http://group.gmane.org/gmane.discuss/

It wouldn't hurt to add your official position on this to http://gmane.org/webnews.php
Mark Derricutt | 2 Oct 05:46 2003

gmane.text.xml.resin.user ??

Any reason why Resin, a J2EE application server falls under text.xml ? 
Seems kinda out of place...

Mark
Steinar Bang | 2 Oct 09:50 2003
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Re: gmane.text.xml.resin.user ??

>>>>> Mark Derricutt <mark <at> talios.com>:

> Any reason why Resin, a J2EE application server falls under text.xml ? 
> Seems kinda out of place...

Select edit group info, and propose a name change.

Probably won't happen until Lars' fancy new fix-all-problems gmane
server software replaces the current one.
era+gmane | 2 Oct 09:58 2003
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Re: Linking to groups

On Thu, 02 Oct 2003 08:48:09 +0800, Dan Jacobson <jidanni <at> jidanni.org>
posted to gmane.discuss:
 >>> but what about Linking to groups
 Lars> Isn't that kinda self-evident?
 > I don't know, here are some of my offline guesses:
 > http://news.gmane.org/onethread.php?group=gmane.discuss

http://news.gmane.org/gmane.discuss is probably closer to what you want.

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