Moin Kaz Kylheku,
> If you have posted since then, it must be the case that your articles
> are just not making it to the entire Usenet.
I had a (in)famous UseNet site in the late 80th and early 90th.
Bakunin.North.De caused germany to go down for 3 days (because
of a cnews/sendsys bug^h^h^h^hfeature ;) and Linux being more
important than Sex (because of a loop in fido and maus gateways ;)
I moved out of UseNet news, when it became unreadable.
Mailing lists more close to the topic (e.g. this one) and IRC e.g.
/server irc.freenode.de /join #lisp replaced news in better way.
The symtom you describe, is that only cross postings reach the net.
This may be a problem on your side, or on your feed, and nearly
impossible to debug without the help of your feed and further
So the best question is :
- Where to find a c.l.lisp feed with a working uplink.
Think about a provider, that is cheating in a way, that he only has a
real feed for the groups, he is interested in, e.g. comp.lang.python -
and receives the rest by satalite downlink. He could offer any group
for reading, but only postings in his favourites would reach the net.
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