[Announce] Mailing lists moved, part 2

Werner Koch wk@gnupg.org
Thu Jan 25 10:27:04 2001

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Hello again!

Some folks asked me to sign important announcements like a move of a
mailing list.  To stop any complaints, here is it again:

The GnuPG mailing lists have moved to a new server and are now
handeld by Mailman.  You will find instructions on how to access the
Web based interface at the bottom of each mail and the DNS should
have catched up by today.

The new server is the same as the one which runs www.gnupg.org; so
if you are interesed you can compare the IP addresses.  By looking
at the 'Received:' lines you will notice that you are posting to a
box called porta.u64.de (named after Giovanni Battista Porta
(1535-1615) and a typedef used in gpg) which does some spam checking
and then forwarding it to the ML server.

So, when I don't forget to hit the sign key, we can check whether
Mailman handles rfc2015 signatures correct.


Werner Koch                                              <wk@gnupg.org>
GNU Privacy Guard                                (http://www.gnupg.org)
Free Software Foundation Europe              (http://www.fsfeurope.org)
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