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[libreplanet-discuss] public-inbox mirror (was Re: Modernizing the Libre

From: hellekin
Subject: [libreplanet-discuss] public-inbox mirror (was Re: Modernizing the Libreplanet Community Infrastructure)
Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2017 05:19:55 -0400
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.21 (2010-09-15)

On Wed, Jun 21, 2017 at 03:00:20AM +0000, Eric Wong wrote:
> I would be open to setting up a public-inbox mirror for this
> and other GNU lists(*).

I take the liberty to split the topics since I'm interested in 
the other discussion.  Thanks.  You're welcome to reply to
this message in order to follow-up on the discussion about
public-inbox.  Note that with Discourse, doing this would be 
a breeze, and, as you know, nothing prevents anyone from not
following this order on a mailing list.


(Rest us not edited, so you can reply easily)
> The most notable instance is the one I run for the git project:
> All the code is AGPL-3.0+ and designed for low-end hardware
> (both client and server): git clone
> I already run one mirror for the FSF directory-discuss list, but
> the HTTP interface is only available via Tor .onion, but I
> suppose I can enable the HTTPS interface if folks want it.
>       http://ou63pmih66umazou.onion/directory-discuss/
>       nntp://ou63pmih66umazou.onion/
>       nntp://
> I'm not sure about enabling it to a non-Tor audience, since
> there's zero address obfuscation and intended for communities
> where nobody cares to obfuscate their address.
> If desired by the FSF, I can enable email address obfuscation (a
> new feature); but I advise against it since it increases the
> chance of the list being a single-point-of-failure.  You'll note
> the "reply" links point to instructions for
> using "git send-email" with a full command-line.
> I'm 100% committed to keeping the project JavaScript-free and
> catering to folks on low-end hardware.  I also detest GUIs since
> graphics drivers are complex, quickly obsolete, expensive to
> maintain, and more and more seem to require non-Free firmware
> (or drivers are non-Free).
> Disclaimer: I am not part of FSF or GNU; have no official role
> in the git project and do not speak for them.  Perhaps the
> best part of public-inbox is anybody can setup an archive of any
> list.
> (*) having full archives on makes it easy
>     for anyone to do the same, even.
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