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Monday January 21, 2002
03:35 AM

New p5p subscriber

[ #2283 ]

On Saturday night, I subscribed to p5p (from yet another email address --so that I don't get my webmail account overflowed). I've been wanting to do this for a while, but never managed to. A few months ago, I subscribed to p5p-digest and p6p-digest, but never managed to configure fetchmail to download the (not so frequent) emails.

50 mails in two days, of which I do not understand much (this is an understatement)... At least I can browse past the patches fairly quickly. ;-) Now, I just have to read the 4 apocalypses toroughly, subscribe to perl6-all... I suppose I don't need that much sleep!

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  • There's a neat way to browse p5p and most of other perl-related mailing lists: newsgroups!

    Thanks to ask [], you can point you favorite newsreader to [] and have all these mailing lists available. And no mailbox flooding

    And there's even a web interface [] to it.

    -- briac