This mainly affects the folks following the top-level
Atom feed at https://public-inbox.org/git/new.atom
or over NNTP.
There'll be over 5000K injected messages from 2006 I missed from
the initial import :x
I noticed this while adding gmane:NNNN mapping support to the
There will still be some missing messages because some are spam.
news.gmane.org remains up if you want to check my work
(please do, because I am careless)
Also, the following two .onions are geographically separate
so it should remain up if the main server at
http://ou63pmih66umazou.onion/git/ goes down. These two are
on better hardware than the main one:
Users without tor installed may use one of the MITM proxies at
run by www.tor2web.org, too.
And yes, I break stuff all the time and often run barely-tested
development code on my server(s) :>
Finally, HTTPS termination for public-inbox.org is provided by
yahns, a Ruby/Rack server: git clone git://yhbt.net/yahns
(more barely-tested code running off ruby/trunk)
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