Maybe the best form of question is: Could the Overseer be so kind to release the dump of the original old mailing list on any free public file server?
ср, 25 мар. 2020 г. в 21:29, Bernd Edlinger <bernd.edlin...@hotmail.de>: > -On 3/25/20 7:55 PM, Christopher Faylor wrote: > > On Wed, Mar 25, 2020 at 04:23:02PM +0700, Arseny Solokha wrote: > >> I believe the canonical place for the "Linux suff" mailing lists these > days is > >> lore.kernel.org, powered by public-inbox. ISTM that software can > address most > >> if not all needs of those involved in GCC development and even has NNTP > support, > >> though I've no idea whether it could be an acceptable solution from the > >> overseers' perspective. > >> > >>  https://public-inbox.org/public-inbox.git > > > > The overseers are trying hard to use only software that can be installed > > via the RHEL packaging system so as not to duplicate the mistake that > > kept us dependent on poorly supported mail software. Is there a > > public-inbox rpm package for RHEL or CentOS? > > > > FWIW, this particular overseer is is also pretty exhausted from the > > effort of moving sourceware to a new system + new software and would not > > relish the effort involved in getting all of this moved to new software. > > > > Honestly this is not about blaming you at all. > > I do not quite understand what is the exact software which > was used previously? > > what is the exact problem that prevents it from being used any longer? > > Which software is being used now? > > Why is gcc-patc...@gcc.gnu.org, firstname.lastname@example.org. and fort...@gcc.gnu.org > even this e-mail thread visible > on marc.info: https://marc.info/?l=gcc&m=158512515107459&w=2 > but not gdb-patches ? > > Could you add a link to https://marc.info/?l=gcc-patches > https://marc.info/?l=gcc > https://marc.info/?l=gcc-fortran > note the unsystematic name gcc-fortran, the list is fort...@gcc.gnu.org > > There is no gcc-help on marc.info > There is https://marc.info/?l=gcc > but there is no gdb-patches > > what needs to be done to host those lists on marc.info as well? > > What needs to be done to host these lists on spinics for instance, > or what else exists that can be used to search the messages? > > > Bernd. >