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Web-based archives of the mailing lists...

All,

I've been playing a bit with Nabble, a really nice online service that  
provides archival services around mailing lists.

A couple of weeks ago, I set Nabble up with a couple of the forums.

It does a fairly nice job of allowing you to follow threaded email  
conversations in forum style, which is quite nice.

Search is also very helpful.

http://tinyurl.com/openmrslists

Thoughts?
-Paul

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Re: Web-based archives of the mailing lists...

I agree, Nabble allows a very nice archive for lists and can be useful to find something from Google searches. Currently the google's bot seems to have some trouble finding posts from the OpenMRS lists and hence I would say +1 if you are thinking of setting a nabble copy of all the openmrs lists...

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2008/11/21 Paul Biondich <[hidden email]>
All,

I've been playing a bit with Nabble, a really nice online service that provides archival services around mailing lists.

A couple of weeks ago, I set Nabble up with a couple of the forums.

It does a fairly nice job of allowing you to follow threaded email conversations in forum style, which is quite nice.

Search is also very helpful.

http://tinyurl.com/openmrslists

Thoughts?
-Paul

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