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Re: is cygwin-announce broken?
On Mon, 24 Jan 2005, Peter A. Castro wrote:
> On Mon, 24 Jan 2005, Jonathan Arnold wrote:
> > Peter A. Castro wrote:
> > > Subject says it all. I haven't seen anything sent to cygwin-announce
> > > being reflected to the list for a while (since Jan 5th), and I know I
> > > sent an annoucement for a new zsh on the 18th and it didn't show up. Am
> > > I just imagining this or is there a problem somewhere?
> > I got an mt update announcement on the 20th from Corinna, so it
> > seems to be working in some fashion.
> Nope, the forwarding from cygwin-announce to cygwin is not working. I
> just checked the mail archives and there's a note from Brian Ford (Jan
> 10th) saying he has internet problems and the forwarding was broken as a
> Brian, any progress on this?
Some, but not much. I am once again theoretically fowarding messages, and
I have been since perl-5.8.6-2 on January 13, but they seem to be
dissapearing into the ether. I haven't had time to look further yet.
I did notify cgf that I wasn't sure I could continue to provide this
service because of changes in corporate policy (the ability to use
procmail and we are moving to MS Exchange :-(). So, if there are any
volunteers...? Otherwise, I'll try to track it down later this week after
a few deadlines. Sorry...
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VITAL - Visual Simulation Systems
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