Thufir | 9 Mar 17:51 2015


pardon, I can't recall, did I ask to to subscribe users <at> ?

I just don't recall.

Raphael Kubo da Costa | 4 Mar 23:49 2015

gmane.comp.lib.qt.announce has changed address

gmane.comp.lib.qt.announce currently points to
announce <at>, and the latest archived post is from

The list is currently at announce <at>
SciFi | 2 Mar 12:27 2015

Seems gmane.comp.encryption.openssl.cvs is missing posts for several weeks.


I've noticed that gmane.comp.encryption.openssl.cvs is missing posts for several weeks.
It might need to orient to their new address and/or be resubscribed.


I have contacted their main person for the list and received an 'ok':
> Anyone is free to archive and host the public openssl mailing lists.  
> If gmane needs approval or coordination, have them contact rsalz <at>

I hope the new feed can be repo'd in to get a good completion overall, please?

The other gmane.comp.encryption.openssl.* groups seem to be already changed and continue to be fine.

Thank you muchly.

Duncan | 21 Feb 22:38 2015

gmane.linux.gentoo.* lists address change

I just got the following email bounce, to a message sent to a gentoo list 
via gmane.  Please change the posting address accordingly:


A message that you sent could not be delivered to one or more of its
recipients. This is a permanent error. The following address(es) failed:

  gentoo-portage-dev <at>
    SMTP error from remote mail server after RCPT TO:<gentoo-portage-
dev <at>>:
    host []: 554 5.7.1 <gentoo-portage-
dev <at>>:
    Recipient address rejected: 550 The Gentoo Mailing Lists are no 
longer reachable via  <at> addresses. Please resend your message to 
<list-address> <at>


That one was for the gentoo-portage-dev list 
(gmane.linux.gentoo.portage.devel), and I got another (for a different 
message) for the gentoo-dev list (gmane.linux.gentoo.devel), so I guess 
they all need changed.

TIA. =:^)


Duncan - List replies preferred.   No HTML msgs.
"Every nonfree program has a lord, a master --
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era | 19 Feb 07:00 2015

Spam false positives, SpamAssassin too eager?

I don't often come across spam false positives, but last night, there was a
bunch of them.

Looks like there are two independent SpamAssassin problems -- one which
pretty much prevents any discussions involving refinancing, and another
which triggered on a weirdo IP address.

I have marked these as unspam but am following up here as well as it is
unusual to see many false positives in a row.
  From:    "brett lentz wakko666 <at>
[18xx]" <18xx <at>>
  Subject: Re: 1862 refinancing query
<CALTMC5raD-zm6Es8KJbUTbOnGJBNHZ1WT8faC-e6_vzPHjSw0g <at>>
 <CAMXZ7PSRnnOmgyBQFd32ws094KPe-eiBztBmysG0rogEkhhr=A <at>>
  X-Spam-Report: 5.4 points;
   *  2.7 FB_RE_FI BODY: Looks like refi.
   *  2.7 FRT_REFINANCE1 BODY: ReplaceTags: Refinance (1)
   *  0.0 HTML_MESSAGE BODY: HTML included in message
  From:    "PnSWork <at> [18xx]"
<18xx <at>>
  Subject: Re: 1862 refinancing query
<CAMXZ7PQSozYkv7Q50qM=CrvpKF0VdoTc=nyVJs-8TTuqJks+Ww <at>>
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Matěj Cepl | 2 Feb 07:00 2015

broken search?*&sort=relevance&DEFAULTOP=and&query=

ends with 

Warning: virtual() [function.virtual]: Unable to include

- request execution failed in /home/xapian/html/index.php on 
line 102


Yuri D'Elia | 27 Jan 15:18 2015

A mailing-list service for gmane

Hi everyone,

I'm an avid fan of gmane.

More often than not, I stumble on a random mailing list service that
breaks gmane in a way or another.

Whenever I'm discussing with a group of people about setting up a list,
I sometimes have the ability to suggest a free service. All I really
care in the end is that it works correctly with gmane, so I'm asking:

Is there a "recommended" list of free mailing list services that works
correctly with gmane that I could suggest, that doesn't require an
associated "project" like sourceforge?

I know google groups works more or less OK, but their web interface is
horrid to say the least, and I had several issues with their
undebuggable spam handling marking regular subscribers as junk.

But why don't we cut the middle man entirely?
Couldn't gmane itself host the list, *requiring* a valid group name as
part of the registration process?

I was really thinking of setting up such a free service myself, using an
existing minimalist list manager such as a patched mlmmj and ensuring
the list also gets a group name in the hierarchy.

Nothing fancy really, since gmane has basically everything else already.
I could even start the service myself if there was enough interest.
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Csaba Henk | 23 Jan 09:22 2015

gmane.comp.file-systems.gluster.devel address change


I tried to post to gmane.comp.file-systems.gluster.devel via Gmane,
I got back this email:

    This mailing list (and your subscription) have moved to
    You can simply send all future emails to gluster-devel <at> To
    change your settings, visit

The group's address is

   gluster-devel <at>

So please update that to

   gluster-devel <at>

Please adjust.

Jesper Hertel | 20 Jan 17:40 2015

Search not finding recent messages

How often is the index refreshed?

I tried to search for "midb" in 

which results in three matches from 2013, but the result does not include 
these newer posts (among others) that matches that search:

It seems like new posts are quickly added to Gmane but not added to the 
index at the time they are included?

Or what is happening?

era | 15 Jan 09:38 2015

Gmane not working?

Sorry if this is a duplicate.  I am able to read, but not post.  Parts
of the HTTP infrastructure seem to be dead, others are extremely
sluggish (probably depending on stuff which times out and dies).  I was
able to log in over NNTP and read gmane.discuss just fine, but the
messages I posted do not appear in the NNTP or HTTP views of


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era | 15 Jan 09:22 2015

HTTP interface sluggish

Is it just me, or is the HTTP interface sluggish?

I had to fire up my ole Gnus to post this, because would
just timeout for me.  Some style sheets and threading features also seem
to be broken in the "classic" web interface.


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