>>> Susanne Oberhauser <froh(a)novell.com> 08/14/06 5:04 PM >>>
>"Dominique Leuenberger" <Dominique.Leuenberger(a)TMF-Group.com> writes:
> I for my part am using GroupWise (is also from Novell, just in case
> somebody wonders) and there this option just does not exist.
>It's in the works: https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=145856
Nice to hear this. Not so nice is a link to a bug that's not public
accessible. But I'm sure it's about the correct fact.
So for what release of GroupWise might we expect something like this?
And even more interesting: Will GroupWise be able to keep track? I mean
in general GroupWise is destroying more or less ALL InterNet Mail
headers. Or did I just not find any of them?
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I rsync-ed this night and tried to install factory and tried to install
on my Pegasos PPC. There seems to be a couple of problems with
providers. I got a message that a total of 37MB of software is going to
be installed due to unresolvable software conflicts :-) Then I checked,
what's wrong, and got the following:
- there is no installable provider for 'yast2-perlbinding' (it is
- there is no installable provider for 'yast2-inetd' (it is actually there)
- there is no installable provider for 'gnome2-gobject2' (I don't
remember the exact name, but I could not find a package with the same
name, it was missed by python-gtk)
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>>> hvogel(a)opensuse.org 10-08-2006 19:36 >>>
>1.9 Reply-To munging
>We do not "munge" the mail headers by inserting a "Reply-To:
><listname>@opensuse.org" anymore because it makes it more difficult
>subscribers to handle the mail the way they want to. Your mail
>probably has a "reply" function as well as a "reply to all" or "reply
>list" one; Please use the latter if you want you message to go to the
>list and not just to the original poster.
That's in fact something I will really miss in the near future. It was
so conveniant to be able just to reply to a message and not to worry
that the reply went to the mailing list.
Most of the time exactlythis IS the requested feature. In very rare
circumstances, users want and should reply to the auther itself. Even if
it's about a technical question, a solution for a specific problem:
still the community and future users might be interested in a solution,
especially when googling, they might have chances to find it.
What do others think about this on that list?
>>> William Gallafent <william(a)gallaf.net> 11-08-2006 16:10 >>>
>On Friday 11 August 2006 13:53, houghi wrote:
> Just noticed that the "Reply-to" is now pointed to the
> sender. Could this be adjusted so it is send to the list
> as it was before?
>As far as I can see, there is no "Reply-To" header, in
>either your message or Henne's.
>The list-related headers do seem to exist and to be set correctly:
>Mailing-List: contact opensuse-factory-help(a)opensuse.org; run by mlmmj
indeed, that is true. BUT: unfortunately not all mail clients respect these headers. Or to be more precise: most don't
That's why houghi (and also I) were pointing to that fact on the list.
And apparently, there are more users willing to have this set back.
I'm trying to mirror 10.1 updates (and only these, at the moment) for
local use. I could of course consider making it public, subject to size
/ bandwidth constraints, but not until it's working.
The wiki section "SDB:How To Create a Patch CD" advises using rsync at
I realise that 9.2 is well dated, but the structure has changed too - I
think (looking at the files for 10.1 on this server, and
http://en.opensuse.org/Mirror_Infrastructure) that I should be using
ftp.opensuse.org. However, I can't pin down the correct path - can
anyone please advise?
Once working I'll [try to] update the wiki for others to follow...
SuSE since v5.2
I wont revive a troll nor contest the new openSUSE name. But
we have an history and a wiki and we must take care of all
How will we call the distribution in the wiki pages? what if
we speak of 9.3 ? what if we speak of all of them?
I propose here what could be written in the wiki tomorrow
I think we could say that "openSUSE" is now the official
name _of all_ the suse distributions whatever they are. but...
* for the pre-10.2, the name SUSE Linux is acceptable (and
can be written as you like, capitalized or not, SuSE or SUSE)
* If it's not obvious by the context that the subject is the
distribution itself (it could be the wiki or the project) or
if somebody want to insist on our origin, one can add the
word "Linux" to openSUSE, that is speak of "openSUSE Linux"
* at the beginning of a sentence, one can write OpenSUSE,
with a capitalised "O"
of course all this is obvious, but seen the discussion we
had here, better make sure before fixing the wiki :-)
>>> Stefan Bogner <sbogner(a)novell.com> 11-08-2006 16:57 >>>
>Am Freitag, 11. August 2006 15:54 schrieb Kevin Ivory:
> thunderbird doesn't
Thanks for this advise!
In this case, openSUSE should have this extension compiled in the
packages. So all openSUSE users can profit from it.