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Re: deletion of people from krb-protocol (mailing list merge)

daemon@ATHENA.MIT.EDU (Nicolas Williams)
Fri Aug 4 14:08:09 2000

Date: Fri, 4 Aug 2000 14:04:58 -0400
From: Nicolas Williams <Nicolas.Williams@ubsw.com>
To: deengert@anl.gov
Cc: krb-protocol@MIT.EDU, ietf-krb-wg@anl.gov
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If I may, here's all I ask for:

1. The either non-subscribers be allowed to post or that there be two
   kinds of subscription: a) full subscription and b) partial
   subscription, meaning that a partial subscriber has the right to post
   but does not receive copies of any e-mail sent to the list.

2. That there be a web archive of the mailing list, using hypermail,
   monharc, or whatever  archive software you prefer.

   Do make sure that To/Cc/Message-Id/Subject/Date headers are included
   in the archived posts so that one may compose responses to archived
   posts correctly (e.g., without breaking threading).

   Alternatively, have an archive feature whereby selected posts are
   remailed on request. I.e., a 'mail-me-this-post' button on the
   archive pages.

Essentially, I like to follow mailing lists through web archives and
thus avoid having to deal with those mailing lists in my mailbox or
having to maintain procmail filters for them.

Nico
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