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[bug-grep] Reference to old mailing lists and web sites [was: [PATCH] --

From: Julian Foad
Subject: [bug-grep] Reference to old mailing lists and web sites [was: [PATCH] --initial-tab, 3 newly colorized items, and GREP_COLORS]
Date: Sun, 16 Jan 2005 14:30:40 +0000
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Charles Levert wrote:
[ There are too many different (official and documented) mailing lists
  and web sites for GNU grep.  This is something that should be tidied
  up in the distribution.  I am sending this here as well to make sure
  the news of its existence does not get lost.  Sorry if you've already
  seen it.  ]

We have recently set up this <address@hidden> mailing list to replace <address@hidden> and to be a Grep-specific forum to use instead of <address@hidden>. We have been changing the documentation to point to it. The only place I know of that still points to an old mailing list is http://www.gnu.org/software/grep/doc/grep_14.html as pointed out by Max a few days ago, and of course the documentation in all the existing distributions of grep before grep-2.5.1a.

If you know of any other places that still refer to the old lists (address@hidden or address@hidden), please could you let us know.

As for web sites, there are some overview pages at gnu.org (in the catalogue of all GNU software) and then the main Grep project at svannah.gnu.org. Are there any others?

I did see the copy of this message that you posted to bug-gnu-utils. We will continue to monitor that list. I hope the arklinux list is closed or automatically responding, but I haven't checked recently.


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