'Erlang Questions' Can't Receive New Erlang Messages

Yao Bao free7by@REDACTED
Tue Nov 9 01:31:04 CET 2021

Hi Felix,

Thank you for pointing out this thread! I read it a few days ago but not putting any practice on it. It's time to have a try.
Seems subscribing the whole forum might be a suitable option/solution for me. However, since this is a forum, not a mailing list, perhaps I should use it in a "forum" way.

Well, seems the password has been forgotten...


At 2021-11-09 00:08:53, "Felix Franz" <felix@REDACTED> wrote:
>Hi Yao, 
>did you already try the steps described in https://erlangforums.com/t/how-to-use-this-forum-as-a-mailing-list/146 ? 
>November 8, 2021 3:47 PM, "Yao Bao" <free7by@REDACTED> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> The brand new Erlang Forums is great. I wish we all have a wonderful journey with it.
>> I joined the brand new Erlang Forums, it's pretty cool. Unfortunately, I'm not an active user (for
>> online services), but still wants to hear the newest messages from Erlang.
>> It's okay if we completely move to the new forum, might be needed/necessary for Erlang's future
>> growth plans? Anyway, this is the transferring pain I personally have.
>> I know the Erlang Core Team is focusing on the forum, and it's not applicable to send same
>> messages/announcements to multiple targets. Is is possible, when creating/updating the forum's
>> thread, an option is available so that we can send/copy the specified 'Erlang Questions' to this
>> mailing list?
>> By the way, the Sherlock program might lose some history/future for further processing :-)
>> Thanks,
>> Yao
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