[sf-lug] backup of sf-lug mailing list archives and roster

jim jim at well.com
Sun Jan 25 16:52:13 PST 2015

Great answer! I like it. Thanks.

On 01/25/2015 04:04 PM, Daniel Gimpelevich wrote:
> On Sun, 2015-01-25 at 15:38 -0800, jim wrote:
>>       Basically, I'm in favor of us homebrewing
>> and maintaining our systems as a matter of
>> control and training possibilities.
>>       I've not researched gmane.org. What
>> makes it good?
> 1) A public mirror of the list archive. (There are many others besides
> theirs.)
> 2) The ability to reply or post directly to the list from a web kiosk
> without logging into webmail. (This does NOT circumvent the requirement
> that the person posting be subscribed to the list.)
> 3) The ability to post (and read) using NNTP to their server. (It is NOT
> connected to Usenet. The draw of this is that it offers more
> asynchronous participation on the list, akin to a forum. One can read
> any message from the archive and hit the Reply button on it without
> having to keep all messages from the list oneself.)
> 4) RSS/Atom feeds of the list.
> 5) Various minor things outlined at:
> http://gmane.org/about.php
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