Did anyone else get a subscription from....

Jamie Lavigne njlavigne at gmail.com
Mon Jun 22 15:15:59 BST 2009

Hi Myriam

On Mon, Jun 22, 2009 at 4:49 AM, Myriam Schweingruber
<schweingruber at pharma-traduction.ch> wrote:
> Well, what do you expect? You could at least have warned that you are
> about to start a project. Sorry, but somebody who subscribes with a
> more than curious mail address to *all* ubuntu lists without warning,
> having no information whatsoever about either you or your project is
> extremely suspicious.
> Also, no need to subscribe to the mailing lists, all archives are
> publicly available, you could simply have extracted the mails from
> there, why do you have to subscribe in the first place? Almost all
> mail archive copy providers available on the net already offer this
> service for non subscribers by simply extracting the archives, so it
> is highly redundant
> Sorry, this is beyond my understanding.

I can fully understand your suspicion, but given the benign
explanation I am surprised to receive such a hostile response.  I have
imported the archives for completeness but staying current requires a
subscription.  This address will never post anything.  I think you
will find that there are at least two other third party archivers
already subscribed to all of the lists here.

I hope you find that this is a usability improvement on existing
archives and decide not to banish me, but ultimately the choice is


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