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Sorry for the mail flood from bugs.kde.org

Ingo Klöcker
Dear subscribers of the kmail-devel mailing list,

I apologize for the mail flood from bugs.kde.org. It was caused by me
removing all references to this very mailing list from bugs.kde.org. I
have done so in preparation for closing down this mailing list (pending
Don Sanders okay). It hasn't been in use anymore since more than 2
years. So now finally the time has come to lay it to rest.

When this mailing list is closed down you won't receive another
notification.

If you are interested in the further development of KMail then you might
want to subscribe to the kde-pim mailing list.

If you are more interested in the usage of KMail then you might want to
subscribe to the kdepim-users mailing list.

Thanks a lot for being loyal to this mailing list till its end be it as
active member taking part in discussions concerning KMail or as
spectator following our discussions!


Regards,
Ingo (administrator of kmail-devel)

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Re: Sorry for the mail flood from bugs.kde.org

Volker Krause-3
On Sunday 06 December 2009 17:43:51 Ingo Klöcker wrote:

> Dear subscribers of the kmail-devel mailing list,
>
> I apologize for the mail flood from bugs.kde.org. It was caused by me
> removing all references to this very mailing list from bugs.kde.org. I
> have done so in preparation for closing down this mailing list (pending
> Don Sanders okay). It hasn't been in use anymore since more than 2
> years. So now finally the time has come to lay it to rest.
>
> When this mailing list is closed down you won't receive another
> notification.
>
> If you are interested in the further development of KMail then you might
> want to subscribe to the kde-pim mailing list.
>
> If you are more interested in the usage of KMail then you might want to
> subscribe to the kdepim-users mailing list.
>
> Thanks a lot for being loyal to this mailing list till its end be it as
> active member taking part in discussions concerning KMail or as
> spectator following our discussions!
that is the perfect opportunity to end yet another era in KMail history and
finally remove mimelib :)

Ingo, we figured you would be a good candidate to do that as well ;) All that
still has to be done is
svn rm https://svn.kde.org/home/kde/branches/work/akonadi-ports/kdepim/mimelib

You don't even need a checkout, it's already removed from the build.

regards
Volker

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Re: Sorry for the mail flood from bugs.kde.org

Ingo Klöcker
On Thursday 10 December 2009, Volker Krause wrote:
> that is the perfect opportunity to end yet another era in KMail
> history and finally remove mimelib :)
>
> Ingo, we figured you would be a good candidate to do that as well ;)

Hehe.


> All that still has to be done is
> svn rm
> https://svn.kde.org/home/kde/branches/work/akonadi-ports/kdepim/mimel
>ib
>
> You don't even need a checkout, it's already removed from the build.

Okay. I'll do it in Osnabrück. :-)


Regards,
Ingo

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