[erlang-questions] Error 403 for planeterlang.org

Adam Lindberg adam@REDACTED
Wed Jul 9 09:37:29 CEST 2008

There's always http://planet.trapexit.org

And also, couldn't you just aggregate the feed from planeterlang.org
to a RSS reader or a planet of your own (hosted where it has access to
planeterlang.org of course)?

Adam Lindberg

On Wed, Jul 9, 2008 at 09:18, Bruce Fitzsimons <Bruce@REDACTED> wrote:
> jm wrote:
>> Attempting to access http://www.planeterlang.org/ I recieve
>> Error 403
>> www.planeterlang.org
>> mer 09 jui 2008 08:37:31 CEST
>> Apache/2.0.53 (Linux/SUSE)
>> from the 203.221.x.x range (Australia). I tried to email the address in
>> the error message but this bounces. If someone on this list maintains,
>> or can contact the maintainer, of this site: any chance of having this
>> fixed?
> Hi Jim,
> I believe, being in Australasia, we're being tarred with a large brush
> and blocked due to previous bouts of spam originating from parts of
> Asia. I'm in New Zealand and have the same problem, despite a few
> requests to unblock my range. (203.97.x.x)
> It makes planeterlang rather less than useful, and I've thought about
> starting a competing, less feature-rich, planet'o'erlang for the rest of
> us. But it would be nicer for everyone if a different, let me say less
> aggressive,  way of solving the problem was found.
> Regards,
> Bruce
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