Thufir | 1 Apr 05:03 2012
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snoracle mailing lists moved...?

Two mailing lists:

users <at> facelets.dev.java.net
users <at> javaserverfaces.dev.java.net

seem to now be at 

users <at> facelets.java.net
users <at> javaserverfaces.java.net

and, looking at the history/volume, I'm inferring that they moved when 
Oracle bought Sun and changed some stuff around -- however, I'm not sure. 
The correct lists have to be resubscribed into the hierarchy with new 
gmane names?

-Thufir
Ted Zlatanov | 2 Apr 14:30 2012
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Re: snoracle mailing lists moved...?

On Sat, 31 Mar 2012 20:03:48 -0700 Thufir <hawat.thufir <at> gmail.com> wrote: 

T> Two mailing lists:
T> users <at> facelets.dev.java.net
T> users <at> javaserverfaces.dev.java.net

T> seem to now be at 

T> users <at> facelets.java.net
T> users <at> javaserverfaces.java.net

T> and, looking at the history/volume, I'm inferring that they moved when 
T> Oracle bought Sun and changed some stuff around -- however, I'm not sure. 
T> The correct lists have to be resubscribed into the hierarchy with new 
T> gmane names?

I changed the URL and submission address for 4 groups (users and dev for
each of the two projects).  We should not have to resubscribe, though.
Did they start over with a new list of subscribers?  If so I can send
out the subscription requests.

Ted
Thufir | 2 Apr 17:16 2012
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Re: snoracle mailing lists moved...?

On Mon, 02 Apr 2012 08:30:21 -0400, Ted Zlatanov wrote:

> I changed the URL and submission address for 4 groups (users and dev for
> each of the two projects).  We should not have to resubscribe, though.
> Did they start over with a new list of subscribers?  If so I can send
> out the subscription requests.

Thanks for doing that, I wasn't sure whether that was kosher or not to 
even ask.

Let's wait and see, I think they're extremely low volume.  I resubscribed 
myself to the lists, and I'll start some threads.

Come to think of it, I'm fairly certain we'll have to resubscribe gmane 
because I think I used to be subscribed.  Probably part of reason they're 
low volume!  Go...oracle.

-Thufir
Adam Monsen | 3 Apr 05:53 2012
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please fix gmane.comp.php.symfony.devel


Lars (or someone), will you please hook up the Symfony developer google
group to gmane.comp.php.symfony.devel? Or let me know what to ask an
admin to do to make it work again?

Here's the group: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/symfony-devs

This has been broken for a while.

I asked for help at
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/symfony-devs/0UWrj45ForQ , but I
didn't get a response.

Thank you!
-Adam

Ted Zlatanov | 3 Apr 14:05 2012
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Re: snoracle mailing lists moved...?

On Mon, 2 Apr 2012 08:16:55 -0700 Thufir <hawat.thufir <at> gmail.com> wrote: 

T> On Mon, 02 Apr 2012 08:30:21 -0400, Ted Zlatanov wrote:
>> I changed the URL and submission address for 4 groups (users and dev for
>> each of the two projects).  We should not have to resubscribe, though.
>> Did they start over with a new list of subscribers?  If so I can send
>> out the subscription requests.

T> Thanks for doing that, I wasn't sure whether that was kosher or not to 
T> even ask.

T> Let's wait and see, I think they're extremely low volume.  I resubscribed 
T> myself to the lists, and I'll start some threads.

T> Come to think of it, I'm fairly certain we'll have to resubscribe gmane 
T> because I think I used to be subscribed.  Probably part of reason they're 
T> low volume!  Go...oracle.

Let me know when you've confirmed either way.

Ted
Ted Zlatanov | 3 Apr 14:06 2012
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Re: please fix gmane.comp.php.symfony.devel

On Tue, 3 Apr 2012 03:53:11 +0000 (UTC) Adam Monsen <haircut <at> gmail.com> wrote: 

AM> Lars (or someone), will you please hook up the Symfony developer google
AM> group to gmane.comp.php.symfony.devel? Or let me know what to ask an
AM> admin to do to make it work again?

AM> Here's the group: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/symfony-devs

AM> This has been broken for a while.

AM> I asked for help at
AM> https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/symfony-devs/0UWrj45ForQ , but I
AM> didn't get a response.

Ask the admin to make sure gcpsd-symfony-devel2 <at> m.gmane.org is
subscribed.  On our side it's set up.

Ted
Adam Monsen | 3 Apr 18:39 2012
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Re: please fix gmane.comp.php.symfony.devel

On 04/03/2012 05:06 AM, Ted Zlatanov wrote:
> Ask the admin to make sure gcpsd-symfony-devel2 <at> m.gmane.org is
> subscribed.  On our side it's set up.

Done, thanks!

https://groups.google.com/d/msg/symfony-devs/0UWrj45ForQ/40vm6IUR4E4J
jidanni | 4 Apr 07:23 2012

Re: Why isn't gwene.org.couchsurfing.places-central.asia.taiwan updating?

>>>>> "KK" == Keshav Kini <keshav.kini <at> gmail.com> writes:
KK> jidanni <at> jidanni.org writes:
>> It is too bad nobody can see these questions I post.

KK> Well, we can see the questions. We just don't have any answers, I guess.
KK> At least, I don't.

OK glad somebody saw them.
auto15963931 | 5 Apr 00:37 2012

Re: the list authentication

On 3/28/2012 1:00 PM, Adam Sjøgren wrote:
> On Wed, 28 Mar 2012 07:55:03 +0000, auto15963931 <at> hushmail.com wrote:
> 
>> Is the method of connection with NNTP only with port 119? Are there
>>  no SSL/TLS connections available?  Thanks.  :)
> 
> You can use STARTTLS on the nntp port (119):
> 
> $ echo -e 'HELP\nQUIT\n' | nc news.gmane.org nntp | grep TLS 
> STARTTLS $
> 
> or you can connect to the nntps port (563):
> 
> $ gnutls-cli --insecure -p nntps news.gmane.org | grep 200 200
> news.gmane.org InterNetNews NNRP server INN 2.5.1 ready (posting ok) 
> QUIT $
> 
Hi, Adam.  Thanks for the reply.  Did you need to make a special setting
for the connection to work on port 563? When I tried it, I got this
response: "Cannot resolve news.gmane.org:nntps: servname not supported
for the ai_socktype." I was really hoping to use that sort of connectio
for this group too.  :(

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Adam Sjøgren | 5 Apr 19:34 2012
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Re: the list authentication

On Wed, 04 Apr 2012 17:37:00 -0500, auto15963931 wrote:

> Did you need to make a special setting for the connection to work on
> port 563?

I don't use that any more, because my newsreader (Gnus) has STARTTLS
support now, so I just connect to news.gmane.org on the default nntp
port and the rest is handled automatically.

> When I tried it, I got this response: "Cannot resolve
> news.gmane.org:nntps: servname not supported for the ai_socktype." I
> was really hoping to use that sort of connectio for this group too. :(

Sounds like your newsreader doesn't understand the host:port syntax -
maybe you need to tell it what port to use in some other way?

  Best regards,

   Adam

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