AFS, ISDN, JAVA: 3 new FreeBSD mailing lists
Jonathan M. Bresler
Thu Dec 4 18:49:20 PST 1997
Three new mailing lists are now available:
FreeBSD-AFS: porting AFS to FreeBSD
FreeBSD-ISDN: this list was previously hosted by muc.ditec.de
and has now been moved to FreeBSD.org.
FreeBSD-Java: porting the JDK and JVM to FreeBSD
These three lists, and the freebsd-chat mailing list, are also
the first to introduce our new subscription policy. When you
send mail to majordomo at FreeBSD.org asking to be subscribed to
one of these lists, you will receive a confirmation request message
via email. This confirmation request message contains a
"magic" string which you must send back to majordomo at FreeBSD.org.
The "magic" string will look like this:
auth 23dea87da subscribe freebsd-isdn jmb at freebsd.org
After you email the "magic" string to majordomo at FreeBSD.org,
you will be sent an email message confirming that your new
subscription has been approved. This is unfortunately all
necessary as part of our anti-spam measures, and we regret
the additional inconvenience.
NOTE: Please be sure to read the charters before subscribing or
sending mail to any FreeBSD mailing list for an explanation of which
topics are relevant for a given list and what types of postings are
and are not allowed. They may be found at:
If you experience any problems using the FreeBSD mailing lists,
please contact me at postmaster at FreeBSD.org.
Jonathan M. Bresler FreeBSD Core Team, Postmaster jmb at FreeBSD.ORG
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