Bastien writes: > Kyle Meyer <k...@kyleam.com> writes: > >> Anyway, for the public-inbox archives at <https://yhetil.org/orgmode>, > > I find the interface to be very useful.
I'm glad to hear that! > Is it possible to make it the standard/official way to search through > emacs-orgmode mailing list? Perhaps by hosting it on orgmode.org or > by having a CNAME pointing to it? > > Let me how I can help with this. Making it available at orgmode.org sounds fine to me. My preference would be for the orgmode.org server to host an actual mirror of the archive. This wouldn't involve setting up incoming mail on the server; getting new messages would be a "git fetch && public-inbox-index". Hopefully setting things up would be pretty painless given that I already have a working setup. And, as a general note, I'd be happy to see others host mirrors. One of the great things about public-inbox is that it makes it easy to do so. >> I've recently generated Gmane ID to Message-ID mappings and hooked them >> up to public-inbox's altid feature. The end result is that you can now >> use the "gmane:" prefix to search by the Gmane ID: >> >> https://yhetil.org/orgmode/?q=gmane%3A112052 > > That's very useful too. We would fix the dead links on worg. True :) In my view it'd be best to rewrite the URLs in a form that includes the message ID. That (1) makes it easier to rewrite them to a different host/server if they break in the future and (2) lets users find the message in whatever archive they prefer, including their local mail, as long as lookup by message ID is supported. If anyone is interested in the Gmane ID to message ID mappings, you can get them with curl -d'' -XPOST https://yhetil.org/orgmode/gmane.sql.gz | \ gzip -dc | sqlite3 gmane.sqlite3 (Note that -d'' seems to be necessary but shouldn't be. I haven't looked into it, though.)