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On Thu, Jun 9, 2011 at 9:59 AM, Florian Effenberger
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Christian Lohmaier wrote on 2011-06-08 23.26:

Just to be clear: On the server, we will still use "www" as directory
name, both for the mlmmj as well as for mhonarch. What is affected
shall only be the outside URLs, right?

I also would move there from www to global, but I will take care of this
when doing the migration.

This means more work then. But if you're the one doing it, I don't care :-)

My idea was just to change the public address, but keep the archives
the same path (as it is my understanding that mhonarc doesn't care
about listnames, and is fine with the list change without any problem,
so when the directories change for mlmmj, you have to change the
mhonarc jobs as well.

But what I like to have avoided at all costs is to split our own
archives in two (pre and post change). I.e. I'd like to have old links
still working (redirect to /global/ in the URL instead of /www/, but
still providing the desired result) and old and new mails in one
single archive.

I'm not sure how gmane will handle it (they don't map 1:1 between
listname and newsgroup name), and with (new
listarchive will be at, but I'm not sure
whether the old archive will be merged)


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