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Re: lynx-dev archive problem

From: purslow
Subject: Re: lynx-dev archive problem
Date: Sat, 21 Feb 2004 13:47:52 -0500
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040220 Fr?d?ric L. W. Meunier wrote:
> On Fri, 20 Feb 2004 address@hidden wrote:
>> 040220 Doug Kaufman wrote:
>>> It was thought best to leave the spam, rather than break the links.
>> no-one in their right mind is going to go back to an archive full of spam,
>> esp when there are  >= 3  alternatives easily available (see FM's list).
> What he meant is that there are various links in the documentation
> (that can be replaced IF the move happens)
> and e-mails pointing to such messages.

so you change the dox & any refs inside the archived msgs.
it s~b too difficult to devise scripts to do enough of the work.

>> if that is the best Flora & its advisors can come up w ,
>> the best course is simply to close the whole operation down.
> Yes, after 2 years it's time to say goodbye
> and thanks for all the fish (and spam).

yes really, it's like you go visit an ageing friend
& find his place is full of cockroaches: you bid him a hasty farewell.
perhaps you first offer a bit of advice re cleaning things up,
but when he doesn't seem interested, you waste no more time on him.

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