Re: Fwd: Information for freebsd-current_at_FreeBSD.org

From: Steve Kargl <sgk_at_troutmask.apl.washington.edu>
Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2021 09:11:02 -0700
The mailing lists are migrating from mailman to Mlmmj.  I
suspect, but haven't verified, that this is the new norm
for the monthly notice about mailing list subscriptions.

I would suggesting reading the mailing list archives,
but needs to guess where the relevent discussion might
be found.  If you got here:

https://www.freebsd.org/community/mailinglists/

You'll find

   You can *search* or *browse* the mailing list archives.
   At the current time, archives prior to May 2021 are *in
   a separate archive.*

where *search*, *browse* and *in a separate archive.* are
hyperlinks.  This is quite misleading as at least

dev-commits-doc-all/		-	2021-Jul-02 03:27
dev-commits-ports-all/		-	2021-Jul-01 03:27
dev-commits-ports-branches/	-	2021-Jul-04 03:27
dev-commits-ports-main/		-	2021-Jul-01 03:27
dev-commits-src-all/		-	2021-Jul-02 03:27
dev-commits-src-branches/	-	2021-Jul-03 03:27
dev-commits-src-main		-	2021-Jul-03 03:27

are under *in a separate archive*, which clearly shows
messages newer than the May 2021 date are not archived
under *browse*.  There are a few other archives that 
violate the statement on the FreeBSD.org.


-- 
steve

On Thu, Jul 29, 2021 at 05:39:04PM +0200, Matthias Apitz wrote:
> 
> Is this a phishing attack or did I missed some change in the FBSD
> mailing lists?
> 
> 	matthias
> 
> ----- Forwarded message from freebsd-current+owner_at_FreeBSD.org -----
> 
> Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2021 15:00:41 +0000
> From: freebsd-current+owner_at_FreeBSD.org
> To: freebsd-current_at_FreeBSD.org
> Subject: Information for freebsd-current_at_FreeBSD.org
> 
> Hi, this is the Mlmmj program managing the <freebsd-current_at_FreeBSD.org>
> mailing list.
> 
> Here is some information about the list.
> 
> You can subscribe to the following versions:
> 
> - The normal version: Every time a post is sent to the list, subscribers
>   receive a copy of it. Subscribe by emailing
>   <freebsd-current+subscribe_at_FreeBSD.org>.
> 
> - The digest version: Subscribers receive multiple posts in a single mail
>   message, at regular intervals, or when a lot of posts have accumulated.
>   Subscribe by emailing <freebsd-current+subscribe-digest_at_FreeBSD.org>.
> 
> - The no-mail version: Subscribers do not receive any posts to the list.
>   This means, though, they are able to post to a list which only
>   subscribers may post to, while they follow the list using a web archive
>   or another subscribed email address. Subscribe by emailing
>   <freebsd-current+subscribe-nomail_at_FreeBSD.org>.
> 
> Unsubscribe by emailing <freebsd-current+unsubscribe_at_FreeBSD.org>.
> 
> Posts are made by emailing <freebsd-current_at_FreeBSD.org>.
> 
> However, only subscribers may post to the list.
> 
> The list also has access rules which may affect who can post and which
> posts are moderated.
> 
> Subscribers can retrieve message number N from the list's archive by
> sending a message to <freebsd-current+get-N_at_FreeBSD.org> (change the N to
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> 
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> ----- End forwarded message -----
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-- 
Steve
Received on Thu Jul 29 2021 - 16:11:02 UTC

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