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Welcome to the FreeBSD mailing list archive! Welcome to the FreeBSD mailing list archive! The current archive contain the mailing lists of this week. The indexes will be updated every 10 minutes. The archive contains all mailing list messages since 1994. The indexes are updated every week. Mailing List Archive: MythTV Gossamer Mailing List Archive. Place for users to discuss hardware setups, configuration, etc. Less on-topic than mythtv-dev (hopefully) R mailing lists archive - University of Newcastle R mailing lists archive This is an archive of the four main R mailing lists, R-announce , R-packages , R-help and R-devel , as well as the New Zealand and Australian list R-downunder . The archive is automatically updated multiple times a day, so anything posted to the list should be in the archive … git | Mailing List Archive
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