Can one of the mailman folks look into this?
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From: Jukka Lahtinen <walker(a)netsonic.fi>
Subject: List archive grouping
Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2010 11:50:54 +0200 (EET)
I have been reading the Fedora package-announce mailing list through the
archive for quite a while, ordered by date.
Before the archive was moved to another address in December, the monthly
archive listing was grouped by date, thus it was easy to follow and see
where entries for each day begun.
But ever since it was moved to
when I click the "Date" link for the month, I see just one long list with
no daily headings and no grouping whatsoever.
I wish the list were grouped by day again, like it used to be.
And another thing that I miss, some time ago there used to be a list of
packages affected on each notification posting.
Now there is just something like
"This update can be installed with the "yum" update program. Use
su -c 'yum update binutils' at the command line."
as an example from the binutils-126.96.36.199.14-36.fc12 announcement.
However, "yum update binutils" didn't update the binutils-devel package
that I suppose was also affected by the same changes, as it showed in
the list of packages having updates available.
It isn't ALWAYS as obvious as it was in this case, to a user like me,
to guess which updates are related, when there isn't a separate announcement
for every individual updateable package.
So I'd like to also get back the affected packages listing that there once
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