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Mailing list problem - propably solved

Mailing list problem - propably solved

From:
Tilmann Singer
Date:
2014-04-01 @ 16:29
I think that when sending to this list, the email will only go through
when the list is the only recipient in the To: field.

These (unfortunately unanswered) emails on the meta list support this
theory:


http://librelist.com/browser//meta/2012/9/17/fail-to-post-to-a-list-if-there-are-more-recipients-in-the-to-header/

http://librelist.com/browser//meta/2014/1/5/confirmation-required-messages/

A little annoying but easy to work around once you know about it.

'(hello world)

From:
Ralph Baumfalk
Date:
2014-04-01 @ 18:44
Hello party-people!
My name ist Ralph Baumfalk,
GNUEmacs-user since 1999.
Almost no experience in Lisp-coding.
I live in Emden.

Moin! Hallo liebe Listen-Leute!
Ich stelle mich einmal kurz vor,
dass ist ein Gebot der Höflichkeit, oder?
Ralph Baumfalk
Emden
GNU/Linux seit 95
GNU/Emacs seit 99
Kaum Erfahrung mit Lisp-Programmierung,
was ich mal konnte, habe ich schon wieder vergessen.
Ich hoffe, dass ich ein Gruppen-Treffen besuchen kann,
wenn ich mal wieder in Berlin bin.
Beste Grüße Ralph

-- 
http://baumfalk.org
http://blog.baumfalk.org

Re: [emacsberlin] '(hello world)

From:
Jack Rusher
Date:
2014-04-01 @ 18:51
Hallo!

My name is Jack Rusher. I’ve been using emacs daily since 1985 for all my 
text processing needs, which have ranged from C and asm work in various 
Unix kernels to Lisping and scheming (and, for the last few years, 
clojuring). I’ll be resident in Berlin starting next week.


J.


On 1 Apr, 2014, at 20:44, Ralph Baumfalk <admin@baumfalk.org> wrote:
> Hello party-people!
> My name ist Ralph Baumfalk,
> GNUEmacs-user since 1999.
> Almost no experience in Lisp-coding.
> I live in Emden.

Re: [emacsberlin] '(hello world)

From:
Florian Ebeling
Date:
2014-04-01 @ 19:09
Hi Ralph, hi Jack,

welcome on board! Sounds like we have extended our reach all the way to
Emden in only a couple weeks. And very possibly beyond, from wherever Jack
is writing in from.

Jack, Emacs since 1985 is impressive, I will say. That's about when I was
starting out with Locomotive Basic on my first home computer :)

Hope to meet you both in person sometime soon!

Florian



On Tue, Apr 1, 2014 at 8:51 PM, Jack Rusher <jack@rusher.com> wrote:

> Hallo!
>
> My name is Jack Rusher. I’ve been using emacs daily since 1985 for all my
> text processing needs, which have ranged from C and asm work in various
> Unix kernels to Lisping and scheming (and, for the last few years,
> clojuring). I’ll be resident in Berlin starting next week.
>
>
> J.
>
>
> On 1 Apr, 2014, at 20:44, Ralph Baumfalk <admin@baumfalk.org> wrote:
> > Hello party-people!
> > My name ist Ralph Baumfalk,
> > GNUEmacs-user since 1999.
> > Almost no experience in Lisp-coding.
> > I live in Emden.
>
>


-- 
Florian Ebeling
florian.ebeling@gmail.com
http://florianebeling.com/about

Re: [emacsberlin] '(hello world)

From:
Fernando Briano
Date:
2014-04-02 @ 05:47
Hello,
My name is Fernando and I'm writing from Uruguay, South America. I've 
been using Emacs since 2008, but I can say I started using it "for real" 
for all my developer and text-editing needs since a bit over two years ago.

I code mostly in Ruby and JavaScript at the moment.

It's unlikely that I go to one of the Meetups in the short term, but 
I'll visit Berlin some day. Hope you don't mind the intrusion, I'm just 
eager to chat with other Emacs users and am eager to learn :)

Cheers,

-- 
Fernando Briano
Software Developer of Sector 2814
http://www.picandocodigo.net

Re: [emacsberlin] Mailing list problem - propably solved

From:
Arne Brasseur
Date:
2014-04-03 @ 09:29
That's indeed good to know. Although I don't think it explains why Andy is
still unable to post to the list...

Librelist is open source, the code is here, maybe someone wants to cook up
a pull request? ;) https://github.com/zedshaw/librelist


2014-04-01 18:29 GMT+02:00 Tilmann Singer <tils@tils.net>:

> I think that when sending to this list, the email will only go through
> when the list is the only recipient in the To: field.
>
> These (unfortunately unanswered) emails on the meta list support this
> theory:
>
>
> 
http://librelist.com/browser//meta/2012/9/17/fail-to-post-to-a-list-if-there-are-more-recipients-in-the-to-header/
>
> http://librelist.com/browser//meta/2014/1/5/confirmation-required-messages/
>
> A little annoying but easy to work around once you know about it.
>



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