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Determining why some articles are marked for downloading and related issues
Sun, 05 Jun 2016 09:31:15 -0400
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/25.0.94 (gnu/linux)
I noticed that while in a newsgroup "*Summary..." buffer
when I type SPC, I get the message:
Message marked for downloading
Going to the next message (response to same subject) and typing
SPC `(gnus-summary-next-page)' displayed the article.
For example, currently the gmane.emacs.devel newsgroup
*Summary...* buffer has, from the top:
4.5k│%. │Live System User ║ ┏● Does anybody know how to debug a live
4.3k│R. │Eli Zaretskii ║ ┗━━❯
│ │ ║ ┏○ Re: xref rocks!
6.4k│%. │Dmitry Gutov ║ ┣━━❯ Re: xref rocks!
5.4k│R. │Nicolas Petton ║ ┃┣━━❯
7.1k│ . │Robert Weiner ║ ┃┗━━❯
The first article "Does anybody..." (from Thu, 28 Apr 2016)
is marked for download.
The second article from Eli is displayed.
The third and forth articles displayed " marked for download".
Why doesn't the first, third, and forth, etc articles get
displayed? Did Gmane expire them?
When a message is marked for download what does that mean to
the user? Is there a subsequent action or command that the
user should take to see those messages later on? Is there an
indication of what are those messages? I see the "%" in the
first and third message but the forth message has an "R"
even though it too was marked for download. If I exit and
restart Gnus, will the "%" mark still be there? Is there any
way to display just messages with the "%" marker? Can those
be put in a virtual group wholesale. i.e. not one at a time,
for perusing later on when available? How long does the
"mark for download" indication stay associated with a message?
Does it go away/unmarked automatically if the message is
permanently unavailble/expired from the server? Or is that a
manual action from the user? Is there any way to know *why* a
message was marked for download or is that a "catchall" for all
"I can't get the article even though I have the subject of the
article" problems with retrieving articles?
How does a user go about managing "marked for download" articles?
Does anybody know what happen to all the new articles for
gmane.emacs.devel? The newest one I see on Gmane for
gmane.emacs.devel is from Thu, 28 Apr 2016.
If I look at:
I see postings/aticles from June 2016 which don't appear to be
listed on gmane.emacs.devel.
Is anyone else experiencing a problem with using Gmane to view
postings sent to emacs-devel that should subsequently land on
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