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Re: How to unsubscribe from this list?

From: Jens Seidel <jensseidel_at_users.sf.net>
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2009 12:36:30 +0100

On Tue, Jan 27, 2009 at 10:52:51AM +0000, Julian Foad wrote:
> Jens Seidel wrote:
> > [...]
> > I used the web frontend of tigris and cancelled my subscription. Nevertheless I
> > get these mails. Can you please unsubscribe me?
> Hi Jens. Sorry you're having trouble unsubscribing. According to the
> list administration pages on Tigris at 10:15 UTC today, you are not
> subscribed to this list with the email address you are using here. Can

Ah, OK, so I use tux-master_at_web.de :-) Nevertheless I think I remember that
I deselected the subscription to this list via web interface (after login
to tigris.org). Maybe I was subscribed twice (but got mails only once)?

> you show the email headers (privately to me, if you like) of an email
> you have received since unsubscribing?

Should be not necessary anymore.
> > There seems to be no mail interface
> > for this (at least I do not see any special email headers such as List*:).
> According to the help system on Tigris
> <http://www.tigris.org/nonav/scdocs/Discussions_UnsubscribeForum_P.html>, you can unsubscribe by sending an email to <mailto:dev-unsubscribe@subversion.tigris.org>.

Such information should be mentioned in the footer of mails recieved via
mailing lists or at least via special email headers (but I know the current
trouble with list mails) ...
> > PS: I suggest you contact me before new releases so that I can continue
> > updating the German translation.
> I think an email list is the best way to manage notifying a group of
> translators when a release is being prepared, and maybe the <announce>
> list is the best one.

If you really want good translation statistics you also have to kick
translaters into ass (via private mail) if they do not respond after
public requests :-)

> If so, perhaps we should agree to issue a "call
> for translation" announcement when each release is being prepared, and
> translators should subscribe to <announce>.

OK, I have no problem to subscribe to a low volume list.
> Can I suggest you subscribe to <announce> anyway, as at least you will
> see the 1.6.0 release candidates being announced. Is that a good time to
> do the translations?

Will do and I know about the coming 1.6.0 release but not about 1.7.0 ...

Received on 2009-01-27 12:43:53 CET

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