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[Lcdproc] [Announcement] New mailing list for LCDproc (migrating from

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  • From: willfe at (William Ferrell)
  • Subject: [Lcdproc] [Announcement] New mailing list for LCDproc (migrating from
  • Date: Fri, 29 Jul 2016 17:31:48 -0400

I'm so sorry, folks, I should have provided more information. I'll be sure
to get this added to the project documentation / website when I get that
updated (which I haven't forgotten about -- I'm going to spend some time
tonight to work on that, in fact).

In the meantime, you can join by browsing to!forum/lcdproc-mailing-list/join (which
will prompt you for the desired email address and probably a captcha). I
think you can also subscribe by directly emailing
lcdproc-mailing-list+subscribe at from the desired
subscription address (as described at

I'm disappointed (though admittedly not very surprised) that Google doesn't
make this very clear. Sorry for the confusion. Let me know if you still
can't get subscribed; we may need to look elsewhere for an alternative if
this mailing list offering becomes too much of a pain in the ass.

On Fri, Jul 29, 2016 at 1:02 PM, Harald Geyer <harald at> wrote:

> Hi!
> William Ferrell writes:
> > I've created a new mailing list (via Google Groups) for the LCDproc
> > project. It can be reached at
> > and should be up
> and
> > running for immediate use. It is primarily configured as a mailing list,
> > though posting via web is also enabled. Archives are provided.
> How do you subscribe to this list without a google account?
> > I'll inquire about obtaining whatever archives of the mailing list are
> > available so they can be hosted somewhere for posterity. If anyone on the
> > mailing list has any archive of the list they're willing to share, please
> > let me know.
> I'd hope that Gareth can provide a full archive?
> > I'd like to extend my sincerest gratitude to Gareth Watts for his
> > generosity in hosting and maintaining the LCDproc mailing list on his
> > server at for so many years. The project wouldn't have
> grown
> > as much as it did without that kindness.
> Indeed.
> Thanks,
> Harald

William W. Ferrell
Software Engineer -- willfe at
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