Emails sent to mailing list don't appear in the mailing list page

Asked by Simone Busoli on 2011-10-22

Writing to the mailing list <email address hidden> other people received the message but it didn't appear on the mailing list page: https://lists.launchpad.net/nunit-dev/.

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Gavin Panella (allenap) said : #1

Can you provide some details of a message that never made it to the archive? From, date, subject and some content is probably enough, but a full paste of the email (headers and all) somewhere would be perfect. Thanks.

Simone Busoli (simone.busoli) said : #2

Here you go. Btw, as I said, the other members received it by mail, it simply does not display on the ml page. All the other emails sent to the same ml are not appearing too.

MIME-Version: 1.0
Received: by 10.227.62.200 with HTTP; Fri, 21 Oct 2011 14:53:15 -0700 (PDT)
Date: Fri, 21 Oct 2011 23:53:15 +0200
Delivered-To: [my mail address]
Message-ID: <email address hidden>
Subject: Feature 676560 - IEquatable
From: Simone Busoli [my mail address[
To: <email address hidden>
Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary=20cf300256c0a9a9ac04afd6190d

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Hi, unless I'm missing something - Charlie said on the "bug" page that it's
not trivial - all I would do is insert an additional routine call before the
default fallback to x.Equals(y) in NUnitEqualityComparer which would:

   - check if both x and y implement IEquatable<>
   - check that they both implement IEquatable of the same T
   - if the two above apply, call the IEquatable<T>.Equals method somehow,
   using reflection perhaps

In any case, I'm not sure we're still supporting .NET 1.x, in that case this
would go under a pre-processing directive.

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<font face=3D"trebuchet ms,sans-serif">Hi,=A0</font><span class=3D"Apple-st=
yle-span" style=3D"font-family: &#39;trebuchet ms&#39;, sans-serif; ">unles=
s I&#39;m missing something - Charlie said on the &quot;bug&quot; page that=
 it&#39;s not trivial - all I would do is insert an additional routine call=
 before the default fallback to x.Equals(y) in NUnitEqualityComparer which =
would:</span><div>
<ul><li><font class=3D"Apple-style-span" face=3D"&#39;trebuchet ms&#39;, sa=
ns-serif">check if both x and y implement IEquatable&lt;&gt;</font></li><li=
><font class=3D"Apple-style-span" face=3D"&#39;trebuchet ms&#39;, sans-seri=
f">check that they both implement IEquatable of the same T</font></li>
<li><font class=3D"Apple-style-span" face=3D"&#39;trebuchet ms&#39;, sans-s=
erif">if the two above apply, call the IEquatable&lt;T&gt;.Equals method so=
mehow, using reflection perhaps</font></li></ul><div><font class=3D"Apple-s=
tyle-span" face=3D"&#39;trebuchet ms&#39;, sans-serif">In any case, I&#39;m=
 not sure we&#39;re still supporting .NET 1.x, in that case this would go u=
nder a pre-processing directive.</font></div>
</div>

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Jeroen T. Vermeulen (jtv) said : #3

I've just been told that, due to the volumes involved, the archiver can fall behind by a few days. Archiving doesn't happen immediately when the mail is processed; the archiver is really just a recipient like any other mailing list member.

So please give the archiver a few more days!

moma (osmoma) said : #4

Same issue here.

I just moderated and accepted an email to our mail-list of audio-recorder.
https://lists.launchpad.net/audio-recorder/

But the messages are not visible on the list. This is quite perplexing. Some of the messages have already been forgotten and never answered.

Can you help with this problem?

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