On 05/31/2015 06:08 AM, Quintus wrote:
> I normally sign my messages but it seems that some mailing lists have a
> problem handling the PGP/MIME attachments. Does this mailing list have
> a problem with that? For now I'll send this unsigned.
No, it should not have a problem. The ML itself (i.e. mlmmj) will
deliver the mail to everyone subscribed as-is. The mail archive
(i.e. MHonArc) will cut off the PGP signature if you use PGP/MIME and
place a link to it in the message instead. The forum (i.e. my code :-))
should completely ignore the MIME part with the PGP signature as it
actively searches for the text/plain MIME part. However, my code is
young and may produce bugs as could be seen recently with datahead’s
mail. That’s not an excuse to not sign your mail — if a problem occurs I
must fix it. GPG ftw :-).
Would you mind to send me your public key so I can encrypt my mail to
you next time? If I have asked you this before, I apologise. I recently
reorganised my keyring and it seems I lose some public keys in the
No problem. I've attached my public key to this email.
Also please note you sent this email only to me and not to the
mailinglist. You might want to resend your mail to the ML.
Oops. I must have clicked Reply instead of Reply List. I'll send this
to the mailing list.
> Sorry I haven't been able to follow the development much.
> currently got a full school workload and a coop, as well as some family
> obligations and when I can a couple personal projects keeping me busy.
This is fine. If you look at my activity you’ll notice I haven’t been
doing much lately either. This is an open-source project, and we are all
under time constraints. Just be sure to drop the ML (or someone else
- From the team) a short note when you can predict you’re going to be
unavailable for a long time (e.g. several months). Would be nice to know
in advance when you decide to live half a year without Internet in the
Brazilian Jungle so we don’t wait for you to reply on the tracker :-P
Also, feel free to show up in IRC more often.
I may try to do that. I'm at my
computer most of my free time.
> I think that approach would be a good idea, especially since
> change are pretty extensive. Either way would require someone to do
> conflict fixes. If changes are made to devel, then you'd have to do
> conflict fixes when merging in the SFML changes. If they aren't made
> until the SFML changes have been merged, anyone with existing feature
> branches started before that merge will probably have to do conflict
> resolution. It may be a good idea for anyone doing planning on doing
> feature branches to wait until the SFML changes are merged in.
I completely agree with this approach. This is how I imagine things to
be done. Maybe we should even introduce a separate milestone “SFML port”
to the tracker so we can keep track of the porting process and group
issues related to it.
PS: I apologise for this message being late. Your mailserver is still
blocking my mail as spam, and I have not yet had the time to look into
Funny it seems the AIM servers have been having this issue lately with
some other email lists I'm on. I was almost removed from a list due to
excessive bounces our something. I'm not familiar with DKIM or DMARC.
You can also send to my personal email server at allen(a)mrbavii.com. It
shouldn't have any problems. I may eventually try to get spf/dkim/dmarc
checks set up.
Brian Allen Vanderburg II