Subject: Re: Help!
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Greg A. Woods <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/07/1995 13:58:00
[ On Wed, June 7, 1995 at 22:56:43 (+1000), Dave Leonard wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: Help!
> how about some sort of harvest/glimpse gateway to the mailing lists?
> takes the pain out of it
Why not just archive your own list feeds and run agrep on them?
I don't find it hard to keep up with the lists, but I only skim them,
and I do so on a fast machine, so I can ususally plow through several
dozen messages in a few minutes.... I also have my mailer configured to
save messages from each list into an appropriate folder for future
BTW, IMHO anyone running sup should also subscribe to source-changes.
Personally once I have the time/space/banwidth again to restart more
active work on the -current stuff, I'm going to restrict myself to
grabbing the periodic tar's and checking them into a local CVS
repository. That way I can grab individual files with fixes when
necessary, but otherwise do my work only on the more stable hunks of the
Greg A. Woods
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