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Re: Posting on Usenet groups using Gnus

From: Merciadri Luca
Subject: Re: Posting on Usenet groups using Gnus
Date: Sat, 1 Aug 2009 15:08:35 -0700 (PDT)
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On 1 août, 21:27, CHENG Gao <> wrote:
> *On Sat, 1 Aug 2009 11:33:31 -0700 (PDT)
> * Also sprach Merciadri Luca <>:
> > Is there a better alternative than the well-known gmane? For example,
> > I wanted to find comp.sys.hp48, and gnu.emacs.gnus, and I did not find
> > them out. Is it normal? I verified it on their website, and they seem
> > not to show them. Thanks.
> I build Emacs from git source. It has Gnus 5.13.
> Gmane is a mailing list to news gateway. Most Emacs related group are
> hosted here.
> As for two groups you mentioned, you can use It's a free
> Chinese news server carrying many groups, including two groups you
> mentioned. And posting is allowed.
> You can use sites likehttp://newzbot.comto find news servers carrying
> your groups, and compare the speed.
> I use leafnode (local news server) to connect to news servers. It's must
> faster to read with Gnus. Another benefit is I can archive messages in
> my computer for easy access, esp. easy searching.
> Most news servers (maybe all except for Gamen?) have retention not so
> long, so you can read only recent messages. If you need to dig something
> in the history, you need to use web like Goole groups (only if they are
> archived). I'd rather archive them in my own box.
> --
> Numquam minus solus quam cum solus

Thanks for your answers. My problem is now solved. :-)

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