I have added this mailing list to gmane. This will give us a newsfeed and
web archive, details below.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gmane Administrator" <admin@...>
Sent: Wednesday, September 22, 2004 8:41 AM
Subject: LinkStation_General added to Gmane
> We have received a request for adding the
> LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com mailing list to the Gmane
> mail-to-news gateway/archive. A subscription request message has been
> sent. If this is contrary to your wishes, please send a mail to
> admin@... saying so, and the list will be removed from Gmane.
> Gmane is a mail-to-news portal that never expires its messages. It
> therefore also functions as a mailing list archive. It's a
> bi-directional gateway, but Gmane verifies that its users' email
> addresses are valid before passing the messages through the
> news-to-mail gateway. (Groups can also be made "read-only", which
> means that Gmane won't forward any messages at all to the mailing
> Gmane can encrypt addresses to make address harvesting difficult, and
> heeds X-No-Archive and related headers.
> If you wish to import older archives into Gmane, send a message to
> the Gmane administrators with the URL of a Unix mbox archive of the
> mailing list.
> The following parameters are set for this mailing list:
> * Newsgroup name: gmane.comp.misc.linkstation.linux
> * Mailing list address: LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com
> * The gateway is bi-directional
> * Address encryption is on
> * Spam detection is on
> * The list is described as:
> "This group is for the purpose of sharing information in regard to
exploring the features of the Buffalo LinkStation"
> * News URL: news://news.gmane.org/gmane.comp.misc.linkstation.linux
> * Web URL: http://news.gmane.org/gmane.comp.misc.linkstation.linux
> This newsgroup will be created when the first message from the
> mailing list arrives.
> For more information about the Gmane project, go to
> <URL: http://gmane.org/>.
> This request was handled by
> nbareil@... (Nicolas Bareil).