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Re: lynx-dev Agreement, opinions about the move ? (Was Re: mailing-list
Re: lynx-dev Agreement, opinions about the move ? (Was Re: mailing-list problem (Was Re: lynx-dev What happened to MINGW patch? (fwd)))
Mon, 9 Feb 2004 10:36:21 +0900
On Sat, Feb 07, 2004 at 11:27:58AM -0200, Frédéric L. W. Meunier wrote:
> > > Yes, we could just add the 140+ automatically, but we don't
> > > know how many are still "valid".
> > We'll be able to tell once it's moved by looking at bounces.
> Not all invalid accounts return "User unknown" or something,
To confirm, I stopped sending "User unknown" almost two years ago. All
mail coming in that doesn't have a legitimate user addressee is "dropped
on the floor". 100% of it was spam (about 6 months monitoring), so now
I don't even syslog or send warning messages to the process owner.
WRT the Flora archive URLs, I'll replace any on my private pages with
URLs to the no-spam archive that Fr延薗ic proposes to create. Although
I have very little time to offer lynx-dev, I'll do what I can to find
Flora URLs in the Lynx docs and search for the corresponding links in
the new, no-spam archive. Probably archives at Flora pre-1999 could
remain as is, i.e., only change for the years that spam outnumbered
legitimate posts (last three years?).
Fr延薗ic, do you plan on allowing non-subscribers to post? (My own
view is that non-subscribers shouldn't be allowed to post, but the
last time we argued this I was in the [very small] minority.)
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