Please no GoogleGroups. Stick with mailman or some other open
source thing you can move around from place to place as needed.
Also, online third party archives die, their web interfaces suck
ass, they're bloated, don't export, aren't offline capable or
You need to make the
Recent versions of mailman strip DKIM signatures, rewrite the envelope-from
to use an address at the list's domain and set reply-to to the original
authors address to resolve the DMARC issue. I'm on several lists that do
this and it works just fine.
+1 on moving the list. Given the fact that
Discomfort with Sourceforge
For a while now people have been expressing concern about Sourceforge's
continued hosting of the bitcoin-dev mailing list. Downloads were moved
completely to bitcoin.org after the Sept 2014 hacking incident of the SF
project account. The company's behavior and
It might be as well to keep the archive but disable new posts as
otherwise we create bit-rot for people who linked to posts on
The list is also archived on mail-archive though.
On 14 June 2015 at 22:55,
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I fully agree and support this idea.
Some recent discussion on social media which touches on this very
subject of bitcoin and sourceforge (I include nmap and gittorrent
as well because those seem relevant, imho)
I just wanted to let everyone know that every email is also archived at
where you can find everything since the beginning of the list (June 2011). That
should answer to Andy’s concern about the older messages not
On Sun, Jun 14, 2015 at 10:12 AM, Warren Togami Jr. wtog...@gmail.com wrote:
From the perspective of our community, for bitcoin-dev it seems like a great
fit. Why? While they are interested in supporting general open source
development, the LF has literally zero stake in this. In addition to
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