NNTP and thunderbird-related lists

Karsten Düsterloh mnyromyr at tprac.de
Thu Jul 29 20:06:59 UTC 2010

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Dan Mosedale aber hob zu reden an und schrieb:
>>>> Google Groups is a badly searchable
>>> In what way do you feel Google Groups is badly searchable?
>> It's out-of-process (web!)
> By out-of-process, I'm guessing you mean that it's a jarring 
> user-experience to have to do it somewhere other than in the place where 
> you handle the rest of your messages?

Not just "other place" but other _process_ - it's not part of the way
you work with your mail/news messages. Opening Google Groups in a
content tab is still a completely different work flow - you even can't
reply or forward properly, etc.

>> and buggy (postings not found although you
>> can read them if you know the URL, postings missing completely, etc.).
> Interesting; I haven't run across this.  How frequently do you see it?

Occasionally, with probability increasing with age of the posting.
Most of my message searches usually fall into the keeping time of my
news server, so I don't need to touch GG, though.

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