[Listwork] Re: [IMC-Tech] introduction and list archives
micah at indymedia.org
Sun Jul 4 10:42:53 PDT 2004
On Sun, 04 Jul 2004, ansti wrote:
> i'dd like to apologize for this behavior. nobody has to tell me that
> people that claim to take over some responsibility and then retire
> silently are a big mess.
Thanks for the apology and we are happy that you are back! I only had
to remove some giant emails that were handling the lurker archiving,
so it was not a big problem really :)
> anyway, i've achieved some aims at making lurker more mailman
> compatible - let's step into details.
> therefore, i'dd be glad to have my accounts on sarai reactivated, at
> least my normal user account. I had also a root account, called ansroot,
> but i'm not sure if this was good policy in any way - so feel free do
> remove it. anyway, for access to install packages i need at least some
> sudo permissions ...
I think it is fine to get you back on the machine... I think we
removed the anstroot account, if not we need to, and would require
that you used sudo instead, keep things standard is better.
> does sarai still run debian/testing? lurker 1.1-5 should be in
> debian/testing within the next 2 weeks (10 days are normal delay).
It runs stable, although it has some backports, like postfix and
> i'dd also be interested in having my accounts on che reactivated,
> considering that che still is development machine, and some things still
> will need to be developed ;)
Che was never a dev machine, but kropotkin was, although it is not
online right now. I dont know if there is a suitable alternative
development machine, or just CVS machines. Anyone?
> sorry, if this to much - and to fast. i just waited for that mail until
> lurker really is ready to get lists.i.o managed.
coool, it would be good to have a better archiver!
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