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Re: Current info-macl archive file?
- To: email@example.com (Matthew Cornell)
- Subject: Re: Current info-macl archive file?
- From: Gary Byers <gb>
- Date: Mon, 17 Dec 90 12:59:41 EDT
- Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
- In-reply-to: <9012171615.AA12210@unix1.CS.UMASS.EDU>; from "Matthew Cornell" at Dec 17, 90 11:15 am
> Howdy. I need to look for some old info-macl messages (which I did not
> save) so I checked the cambridge.apple.com archive (/pub/MACL/*) and
> found the info-macl-mail file is out of date:
> -rw-rw-rw- 1 bin 459020 Aug 1 14:32 info-macl-mail
> Would you please tell me if there is a current version still being
> maintained (and where)? There is a lot of helpful information moving
> around this discussion group and having it archived (and publicly
> available) makes a lot of sense. (I realize there is a size problem,
> both in terms of server space and transfer times, but perhaps
> splitting the file into 200K or so chunks, named by date, would help.)
> Thank you and happy holidays!
> Matthew Cornell
> Knowledge Communication Systems Group
> Department of Computer and Information Science
> University of Massachusetts/Amherst, MA 01002
> (413) 256-6664[home] (413) 545-0582, -3584[office]
Back in August of this year, our Internet connections got rearranged - an
event that we still fondly refer to as The Great Disruption. One accidental
consequence of this rearrangement is that the info-macl mailing list is
now being archived on the wrong machine (and I don't think it' easy to have it
be automatically archived on the right machine.)
I'll try to put the up-to-date archive on our FTP server later this afternoon,
and try to remember to do so periodically (every few weeks or so.) This will
unfortunately mean that the archive is generally a week or two behind the
mailing list traffic. Somewhat better than being 4 months behind ...