Bo Berglund | 5 Mar 12:20 2016
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Wrong target for posting to gmane.comp.hardware.gps.gpsd.user

I tried to post to the ng gmane.comp.hardware.gps.gpsd.user and after
gmane authentication I received an email delivery error message.
Inside it stated:

"This message was created automatically by mail delivery software.

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:

  gpsd-users <at> lists.berlios.de
    Unrouteable address"

That is not to be unexpected given that the domain berlios.de seems to
have been closed.
The list itself is now hosted instead on a different server as can be
seen here:
https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/gpsd-users

I have checked and every single recent message on the gmane ng is
actually coming from nonguru.org.

Please change the posting address from the above nonworking address to
the correct one:

gpsd-users <at> nongnu.org

Then it will be possible to post to that list from GMANE.

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britt | 29 Feb 16:19 2016
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A feed with this internal id error

biorxiv.org is a scientific pre-print server for the biological
sciences. It has several topic related feeds. One of these, the genomic
one, has already been added to gwene.org. Because of this when I try to
add a different one, such as,
http://connect.biorxiv.org/biorxiv_xml.php?subject=animal_behavior_and_cognition
I get the "internal id error". I don't really understand this error to
know what I should ask the owners of these lists to change. Would
someone please educate/inform me? Thank you.
Ashay Maheshwari | 22 Feb 13:13 2016
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How to set up gmane

Hello Friends,

This is really a silly question, but reading a documentation , I cant even 
get how to set up GMANE.

By the way, I have a email group and I want to archive that email group and 
make it searchable.

With all the content I read, I am left helpless.

Can someone help m set up a GMANE machine(server/client).

Please its urgent and waiting for a repose.

Thanks,
Ashay Maheshwari
Ed Avis | 16 Feb 15:33 2016

Tweak to <at> antispam disguise

Gmane replaces the at sign with <at>.  In programming language discussions
this can get awkward.  Could the replacement be tweaked to only match
the regular expression

    [A-Za-z0-9_-.]+ <at> [A-Za-z0-9_-.]+

and replace in that only?  Then email addresses would be escaped but most
computer programs would escape unmangled.

(Although there are regexps for matching a full RFC822 address, that is not
necessary in this case.)

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Torsten Bronger | 30 Jan 17:33 2016
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What does denied=admin mean?

Hallöchen!

I'M cunfused about a group that stopped getting new messages after
January 5th.  Then, I looked into the Gmane configuration and saw
the "denied=admin".  What does this line mean?  And, if this is the
cause for the disruption, why did it happen on January 5th, which
was 8 months after this line had been added?

Regards,
Torsten.

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Mihai Moldovan | 29 Jan 16:26 2016
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gmane.linux.terminal-server.x2go.scm et al do not update, original archives out of date or missing

Dear Gmane Admins

I request your help with a few problems.

Please (re)subscribe the following lists:
  - gmane.linux.terminal-server.x2go.scm
  - gmane.linux.terminal-server.x2go.i18n
  - gmane.linux.terminal-server.x2go.tags

For these, I cannot see Gmane or Gmane's mail-archive.com in the membership list.

Further, the "Original List Archive" links of some lists still point to the old,
now unavailable berlios URL. Please change the URL to
http://lists.x2go.org/pipermail/$LIST_NAME for these lists:
  - gmane.linux.terminal-server.x2go.announce
  - gmane.linux.terminal-server.x2go.devel
  - gmane.linux.terminal-server.x2go.i18n
  - gmane.linux.terminal-server.x2go.scm
  - gmane.linux.terminal-server.x2go.tags
  - gmane.linux.terminal-server.x2go.user

Additionally, other lists are missing the "Original List Archive" link
completely. Please add http://lists.x2go.org/pipermail/$LIST_NAME to these lists:
  - gmane.linux.terminal-server.x2go.project

Sadly, I have found no way to do this myself (short off creating subscription
requests - but I do not want the system to somehow duplicate the list archives
on Gmane.)

Best regards,
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Matěj Cepl | 28 Jan 01:25 2016
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subscibing xiphos-devel <at> crosswire.org

Maintainer of %subj% tried to subscribe the list to gmane.org.  
I would like to ask what is the result, he got an error message 
"441 400 No space left on device writing history write file 
throttling".

Thank you,

Matěj

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Skip Montanaro | 27 Jan 17:07 2016
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Read-only list with ready-made archives?

I'm trying to find a new home for the archives of a now defunct list. It was 
originally supported by a custom archiver, which made it invisible to search 
engine crawlers (it supported its own search page). At some point in the not-
to-distant past (2010? 2011?) the list was replaced with a Google Group, but 
the archives were never moved.

Now the original maintainer is going to shut down the old list's archives, and 
I'm trying to find a new home for the archives. I looked at Google Groups, but 
was unable to figure out the programmatic authentication scheme. The guy doing 
the shutting down suggested Gmane might be another option (don't know why I 
didn't think of that myself.)

So... If I was to collect the archives of this defunct list into a series of 
Unix mbox files (say, one per month over the roughly ten-year run of the list), 
is there a way to create a read-only list on Gmane pre-populated with those 
messages? Read-only is key, as I don't want to have to manage unwanted posts to 
the list, just put the archives somewhere that search engine crawlers can find 
them.

Thanks,

Skip Montanaro
bishnu | 21 Jan 15:47 2016

issue with table-omit-initial-header

Hi,

How can i achieve <fo:table rx:table-omit-initial-header="true">
 functionality of renderx in apache fop.
As i do not want to use renderx functionality.

regards
Bishnu
Andreas Hilboll | 28 Dec 23:48 2015
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#gmane.linux.distributions.tails.announce not updating

Hi,

I noticed that #gmane.linux.distributions.tails.announce not updating, which 
points to amnesia-news <at> boum.org, doesn't get updated since last summer.

Any help would be appreciated.

Andreas.
Gioele Barabucci | 23 Dec 13:25 2015
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No updates since 2011 for gmane.editors.oxygen.user?

Hello,

the gmane archive of the mailing list for the oXygen XML editor [1] is
stuck at 2011.

The mailing list is still active as it can be seen in the official
archives [2] and in the mirror at mail-archive.com [3]. It looks like
the address did not change, nor the mailing list software or the URLs.

Maybe the gmane mirror got somehow deactivated? Could it be reactivated?

Regards,

[1] http://dir.gmane.org/gmane.editors.oxygen.user
[2] https://www.oxygenxml.com/pipermail/oxygen-user/
[3] http://www.mail-archive.com/oxygen-user <at> oxygenxml.com/

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