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Re: Why X-No-Archive?

From: björn eriksson <owbear_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-03 12:45:27 CEST

Stefan Küng wrote:
> Daniel Serodio wrote:
>> I was wondering, why does the list have an X-No-Archive header? I
>> usually read this newsgroup thru Gmane, and I've been hitting a lot of
>> expired posts lately.
> We can't control that setting. That's done by tigris.org.
> But I think you could ask gmane to ignore that header setting. Not sure
> though...

  The scons-list had the same problem. I wrote:

> The gmane.org search also fails me. I can get a list of search results, but
> frequently clicking on a search result generates a page saying "No such
> file". Is that just temporary?

  This was due to tigris adding the header X-No-Archive-flag to every mail, but
I think they've stopped doing this so recent articles should be available..

  Other lists has had the same problem:

> Or is the header set intentionally?

     No, it's not -- we're working on getting the header turned off, but
     it's tricky due to the way the list server is set up.

     Can you tell who set up the list at Gmane? It would be great if we
     could get Gmane to ignore the header.

  The subversion list solved this by asking gmane not to honor these

> But we may get more lists, so if it's possible to just ignore
> X-No-Archive on *everything* coming from @subversion.tigris.org, that
> would be ideal.

     Ok; I've now switched off X-No-Archive handling for all
     @subversion.tigris.org lists.

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