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Re: up again (Was Re: cp command - problem with sparse[sparse file support under NTFS (Win2k)])

On Sun, 6 Feb 2005, Gerrit P. Haase wrote:

> Igor Pechtchanski wrote:
> > P.S. It's good to see the cygwin site back up.  WTF happened?
> From the notification:
> This is an update on the status of / /
>  It is being sent as "regular email" in the absence
> of working mailing lists.

Ah, no wonder I didn't receive it.  I'm subscribed to cygwin-allow, but
not to cygwin proper.  Perhaps such notifications should go to a special
list, like <cygwin-administrivia at cygwin dot com> that people can
actually subscribe to?

Thanks for posting this, though.

> [snip]
> Again, if there are any questions, e-mail Angela <xyz@abc.def> who is
> one of the sourceware overseers.

Another thing that seems to have happened is that the web archives got a
bit mangled -- there seem to be different messages with the same number
there now.  Not a big deal, but thought I'd mention it.
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