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I'm getting a lot of moderation requests. That is fine by me, but it
could significantly delay your posts. All subscribers will have their
messages immediately posted. Please make sure you are subscribed with
the e-mail address from which you will be sending messages.

You do *not* have to get e-mail to be a subscriber. You can change
your subscription type to "No Email" and continue to use the web
interface for reading. Then, when you want to post, your message will
still go right through.

Many Google Groups activities don't require you to have a Google
Account, while many others do.[1]

Activities that don't require a Google Account:
    * Reading posts in public groups
    * Searching for groups, posts, or authors

Activities that require a Google Account:
    * Posting to this group without moderation delays
    * Creating pages and uploading files
    * Changing your subscription type (No Email, Abridged Email,
Digest Email, ...)

If you would like to create a Google Account, please visit the Google
Accounts homepage and follow the directions on that page.[2]

If you're unable to unsubscribe, it's likely that you're subscribed
with a different email address from the one you're trying to
unsubscribe. Common culprits:

    * Email forwarding: You're reading an email at bob@gmail.com but
the email is actually being forwarded to this address from your
bob@fakeemailaddress.com account.
    * Multiple Google Accounts: You know that you're receiving the
email at bob@fakeemailaddress.com, but you just can't log in to Groups
to unsubscribe that address; it thinks you're bob@gmail.com.

In either case, you'll just need to make sure you're unsubscribing the
address that's actually subscribed to the group. Check message headers
to see if these emails are being forwarded. If you don't have an
account for that address, create one so you can use it to log in.
While you're on the site, you might want to set your preferences so
that other group owners can't add you to their groups without your
consent.

Regards,
Jason

[1] http://groups.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=46438&topic=9244
[2] http://groups.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=76883&topic=9244

Jason Kridner wrote:

I'm getting a lot of moderation requests. That is fine by me, but it
could significantly delay your posts. All subscribers will have their
messages immediately posted. Please make sure you are subscribed with
the e-mail address from which you will be sending messages.

You do *not* have to get e-mail to be a subscriber. You can change
your subscription type to "No Email" and continue to use the web
interface for reading. Then, when you want to post, your message will
still go right through.

Many Google Groups activities don't require you to have a Google
Account, while many others do.[1]

Activities that don't require a Google Account:
    * Reading posts in public groups
    * Searching for groups, posts, or authors

Activities that require a Google Account:
    * Posting to this group without moderation delays
    * Creating pages and uploading files
    * Changing your subscription type (No Email, Abridged Email,
Digest Email, ...)

If you would like to create a Google Account, please visit the Google
Accounts homepage and follow the directions on that page.[2]

If you're unable to unsubscribe, it's likely that you're subscribed
with a different email address from the one you're trying to
unsubscribe. Common culprits:

    * Email forwarding: You're reading an email at bob@gmail.com but
the email is actually being forwarded to this address from your
bob@fakeemailaddress.com account.
    * Multiple Google Accounts: You know that you're receiving the
email at bob@fakeemailaddress.com, but you just can't log in to Groups
to unsubscribe that address; it thinks you're bob@gmail.com.

In either case, you'll just need to make sure you're unsubscribing the
address that's actually subscribed to the group. Check message headers
to see if these emails are being forwarded. If you don't have an
account for that address, create one so you can use it to log in.
While you're on the site, you might want to set your preferences so
that other group owners can't add you to their groups without your
consent.

Regards,
Jason

[1] http://groups.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=46438&topic=9244
[2] http://groups.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=76883&topic=9244

Not Google related, but E-Mail related:

- If you have to use Outlook, see

http://wiki.davincidsp.com/index.php?title=Patch_upstream_sending#Outlook_config

how to configure it more mailing list friendly.

- Please try to avoid top posting

posting
top

Thanks

Dirk

Dirk Behme wrote:

Jason Kridner wrote:

I'm getting a lot of moderation requests. That is fine by me, but it
could significantly delay your posts. All subscribers will have their
messages immediately posted. Please make sure you are subscribed with
the e-mail address from which you will be sending messages.

You do *not* have to get e-mail to be a subscriber. You can change
your subscription type to "No Email" and continue to use the web
interface for reading. Then, when you want to post, your message will
still go right through.

Many Google Groups activities don't require you to have a Google
Account, while many others do.[1]

Activities that don't require a Google Account:
    * Reading posts in public groups
    * Searching for groups, posts, or authors

Activities that require a Google Account:
    * Posting to this group without moderation delays
    * Creating pages and uploading files
    * Changing your subscription type (No Email, Abridged Email,
Digest Email, ...)

If you would like to create a Google Account, please visit the Google
Accounts homepage and follow the directions on that page.[2]

If you're unable to unsubscribe, it's likely that you're subscribed
with a different email address from the one you're trying to
unsubscribe. Common culprits:

    * Email forwarding: You're reading an email at bob@gmail.com but
the email is actually being forwarded to this address from your
bob@fakeemailaddress.com account.
    * Multiple Google Accounts: You know that you're receiving the
email at bob@fakeemailaddress.com, but you just can't log in to Groups
to unsubscribe that address; it thinks you're bob@gmail.com.

In either case, you'll just need to make sure you're unsubscribing the
address that's actually subscribed to the group. Check message headers
to see if these emails are being forwarded. If you don't have an
account for that address, create one so you can use it to log in.
While you're on the site, you might want to set your preferences so
that other group owners can't add you to their groups without your
consent.

Regards,
Jason

[1] http://groups.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=46438&topic=9244
[2] http://groups.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=76883&topic=9244

Not Google related, but E-Mail related:

- If you have to use Outlook, see

http://wiki.davincidsp.com/index.php?title=Patch_upstream_sending#Outlook_config

how to configure it more mailing list friendly.

- Please try to avoid top posting

posting
top

For read-only access to BeagleBoard mailing list you can use Gmane and it's news reader interface

http://dir.gmane.org/gmane.comp.hardware.beagleboard.general

too. Seems that they are some hours behind Google list, though.

Dirk

Currently we are weeks behind on Gmane as Google Groups doesn't seem
to be sending e-mail to the Gmane address. The address shows up in
the Google Group as non-verified. If anyone knows Google Groups or
the Gmane systems enough to resolve this, it would be appreciated. I
will contact Google at my next possible opportunity, but that may be
some time from now. In the mean-time, you must use the Google Groups
web interface or your own e-mail for monitoring the list.

-Jason

Jason Kridner wrote:

Dirk Behme wrote:

Jason Kridner wrote:

I'm getting a lot of moderation requests. That is fine by me, but it
could significantly delay your posts. All subscribers will have their
messages immediately posted. Please make sure you are subscribed with
the e-mail address from which you will be sending messages.

You do *not* have to get e-mail to be a subscriber. You can change
your subscription type to "No Email" and continue to use the web
interface for reading. Then, when you want to post, your message will
still go right through.

Many Google Groups activities don't require you to have a Google
Account, while many others do.[1]

Activities that don't require a Google Account:
   * Reading posts in public groups
   * Searching for groups, posts, or authors

Activities that require a Google Account:
   * Posting to this group without moderation delays
   * Creating pages and uploading files
   * Changing your subscription type (No Email, Abridged Email,
Digest Email, ...)

If you would like to create a Google Account, please visit the Google
Accounts homepage and follow the directions on that page.[2]

If you're unable to unsubscribe, it's likely that you're subscribed
with a different email address from the one you're trying to
unsubscribe. Common culprits:

   * Email forwarding: You're reading an email at bob@gmail.com but
the email is actually being forwarded to this address from your
bob@fakeemailaddress.com account.
   * Multiple Google Accounts: You know that you're receiving the
email at bob@fakeemailaddress.com, but you just can't log in to Groups
to unsubscribe that address; it thinks you're bob@gmail.com.

In either case, you'll just need to make sure you're unsubscribing the
address that's actually subscribed to the group. Check message headers
to see if these emails are being forwarded. If you don't have an
account for that address, create one so you can use it to log in.
While you're on the site, you might want to set your preferences so
that other group owners can't add you to their groups without your
consent.

Regards,
Jason

[1]
http://groups.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=46438&topic=9244
[2]
http://groups.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=76883&topic=9244

Not Google related, but E-Mail related:

- If you have to use Outlook, see

http://wiki.davincidsp.com/index.php?title=Patch_upstream_sending#Outlook_config

how to configure it more mailing list friendly.

- Please try to avoid top posting

posting
top

For read-only access to BeagleBoard mailing list you can use Gmane and
it's news reader interface

http://dir.gmane.org/gmane.comp.hardware.beagleboard.general

too. Seems that they are some hours behind Google list, though.

Dirk

Currently we are weeks behind on Gmane

The last mail I see using news interface is

Re: [IAEP] Embedded Sugar
from Walter Bender

Dirk

Has anyone know where I can find a working thread on standalone web browser
support & Flash support using GNASH GNU open source project Ported to the
OMAP3 Processor over Linux operating system?

Thanks in advance

-Terrence

Angsgtrom uses swfdec by default in the demo images as that gnash's
browser plugin is flaky, but both are available. As for browser
engines, both webkit and gecko are present in the feeds.

regards,

Koen