On Thu, Nov 28, 2002 at 02:15:02PM +0100, Ludwig Nussel wrote:
> Great. Can you ask them if they could make freeciv compatible with
> qstat? That could be done either by patching qstat or civserver. The
> master just needs to provide a list of ip addresses by http.
*nod*. I'll see if I do this sometime soon. If I don't say anything,
please poke me, I might forget (RL very busy these days).
> No, one needs to download a database file. It is available from
> their website. We could either distribute it with xqf or have xqf
> download it every now and then to keep it up to date. I don't know
> if they would be happy about the additional traffic though.
Oh, that makes more sense :)
Maybe we could use the best of both worlds. Distribute the db in the
tarballs, and if the XQF install gets old, offer the user to get the new
db. Although, this would probably mean that every system user would have
to download their own new db. I guess just distributing the db would be
fine, if we don't fall back to 6 month release cycles.
> > PS: Ludwig, mutt keeps adding you to Cc:. Is this intentional? If not, I
> > guess you want to fix your headers :)
> Press L instead of g or r. You may need to add 'xqf-developer' to
> the 'lists' command.
Ah, gotcha! :)
In Mutt 1.3, this changed.
For mailing lists to which you are subscribed, use the "subscribe"
command, instead of "lists".
"lists" adds a Mail-Followup: header. It's like telling mutt "I'm not
subscribed to this list, but I regularly post to it, so I want people to
Cc: me back."
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