Hi all:

In message <23ebb036-9e71-4e02-b496-1361e3852...@etr-usa.com>,
Warren Young writes:
>On Jul 31, 2018, at 7:47 AM, Richard Hipp <d...@sqlite.org> wrote:
>> The intent is to replace this mailing list
>Are you also going to import all the old content, so that people can
>clone the forum repo — assuming you still plan to keep the forum and
>code as separate repos — and get a locally-searchable archive?

According to the comment above, it looks like the forum will be a
separate fossil instance from the source code. I must have missed that
if it was stated.

Since I clone the fossil repo to my RasPI I am really not interested
in cloning the forum/mailing list along with the source code.

I throw away 99+% of the traffic on the mailing list after reading
it. I don't really want to have to keep all of that on disk.

A method that allows syncing without forum artifacts or a command to
purge forum artifacts would be helpful. This would allow clones to not
download or not permanently store possibly large forum discussions in
their repo.

Have a great day.

                                -- rouilj
John Rouillard
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