Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of MailingList


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Dec 25, 2012, 10:56:15 PM (6 years ago)
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schwa
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Changed list host to lists.sschwarzer.net

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    1 Direct links: [http://codespeak.net/mailman/listinfo/ftputil Main List] | [http://codespeak.net/mailman/listinfo/ftputil-ticket Ticket List]
     1Direct links: [http://lists.sschwarzer.net/mailman/listinfo/ftputil Main List] | [http://lists.sschwarzer.net/mailman/listinfo/ftputil-tickets Ticket List]
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    33= Mailing Lists =
     
    55== Main mailing list ==
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    7 There's a [http://codespeak.net/mailman/listinfo/ftputil mailing list] for users and developers of ftputil alike. The list is mainly concerned with announcements and questions (and hopefully answers) regarding the usage of the library.
     7There's a [http://lists.sschwarzer.net/mailman/listinfo/ftputil mailing list] for users and developers of ftputil alike. The list is mainly concerned with announcements and questions (and hopefully answers) regarding the usage of the library.
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    99''Before posting to the mailing list, you have to subscribe.'' There's much spam sent to the list address, so I had to add the restriction.
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    11 If you want to read the main list on the web, go to the [http://codespeak.net/pipermail/ftputil/ archives]. There's a [http://blog.gmane.org/gmane.comp.python.ftputil second archive] at Gmane, together with a search function (the "Search Archive" text field on the left hand side of the page).
     11If you want to read the main list on the web, go to the [http://lists.sschwarzer.net/pipermail/ftputil/ archives]. There's a [http://blog.gmane.org/gmane.comp.python.ftputil second archive] at Gmane, together with a search function (the "Search Archive" text field on the left hand side of the page).
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    1313== Ticket mailing list ==
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    15 Also there's a ''read-only'' [http://codespeak.net/mailman/listinfo/ftputil-tickets list] for ticket entries and the referring comments.
     15Also there's a ''read-only'' [http://lists.sschwarzer.net/mailman/listinfo/ftputil-tickets list] for ticket entries and the referring comments.
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    17 If you want to read the ticket list on the web, go to the [http://codespeak.net/pipermail/ftputil-tickets/ archives].
     17If you want to read the ticket list on the web, go to the [http://lists.sschwarzer.net/pipermail/ftputil-tickets/ archives].
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    19 == Thanks ==
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    21 The mailing lists are hosted by [http://codespeak.net/ Codespeak]. Thank you! :-)