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|Date:||Tue, 25 Oct 2016 13:07:31 +0000|
TL;WR? I believe Frederico is correct in saying that there is no longer any reason to steer people to gmane.
I don't set policy for the mailing lists - I just follow/enforce the policies set by the project leadership. (I'll admit I'm not really sure who that is nowadays but David Kastrup is definitely on my personal list of Lilypond leaders.)
The Lilypond mailing lists are moderated ... to prevent spam from swamping the lists. That you think any of these are low-volume lists is actually a sign that this configuration is successful; the moderators (plural) are doing a good job of stripping spam from the input stream.
Because the moderators let through almost anything through to a Lilypond list that is relevant to the purpose of that list, it's not really necessary to go through gmane to post as a non-subscriber. If a message is relevant, it will still be posted.
[issues:#4981] Web: Remove links to gmane for 'bug-reports' section of Website
Created: Fri Oct 07, 2016 02:15 PM UTC by pkx166h
Last Updated: Tue Oct 25, 2016 12:48 PM UTC
On 06/10/16 18:18, Lee Zipin wrote:
(Not a bug in the conventional sense ... ) The page
http://lilypond.org/bug-reports.html offers a link to post.gmane.org as the
only way to submit a bug report if one is not subscribed to
address@hidden post.gmane.org has been down for some time, and is
possibly down for good. The link should be removed from bug-reports.html.
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