After subscribing, list messages are sent to and received from firstname.lastname@example.org, where list is the name of the mailing list.
The lists are as follows:
- 9front - general discussion
- 9front-bugs - report bugs
- 9front-commits - read-only log of commits to the mercurial repository
- 9front-fqa - log of commits to, and discussion about fqa.9front.org
- 9front-sysinfo - read-only log of sysinfo(1) output from user systems
To unsubscribe from a list, you will again send an e-mail message to email@example.com, this time containing, on a single line, the unsubscribe command.
Mailing list archives are available via 9p:
term% 9fs 9front post... term% ls /n/lists /n/lists/9atom /n/lists/9changes /n/lists/9fans /n/lists/9front /n/lists/9front-bugs /n/lists/9front-commits /n/lists/9front-fqa /n/lists/9front-sysinfo /n/lists/9nag /n/lists/acme-sac /n/lists/cat-v /n/lists/cypherpunks /n/lists/dlr /n/lists/harvey /n/lists/harvey-commits /n/lists/harvey-issues /n/lists/inferno /n/lists/nix /n/lists/plan9port-dev /n/lists/sam-fans /n/lists/sierra31 /n/lists/skunk-works /n/lists/tscm-l /n/lists/tuhs /n/lists/werc /n/lists/www-html /n/lists/www-talk /n/lists/www-vrmlEach of these directories contains messages sent to the respective mailing list in mdir format, one message per file. Erick Quanstrom's nupas upas/fs (now merged with 9front upas) can mount these directories as mailboxes, for reading directly with a mail client. Note: Opening large mailboxes over a slow 9p link will be very slow.