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Peter Hanlon
I had been happily replying to the odd forum post by emailing to the Nabble address e.g. http://jorgan.999862.n4.nabble.com/Test-tp4666316p4666320.html.

For some time, this didn’t work, and I started trying to use the SourceForge forum, but ran into a problem where I need to update my password; it understands that my email address is registered, but doesn’t respond when I invoke the ‘forgot my password’ option. No response ever arrives at my email. So I imagine Chester might be experiencing similar frustration.

A post earlier in the week worked via SourceForge ' [hidden email]’. The subject ( vaguely Rpi startup procedures) but filed under USB devices because I was just trying to access the forum by any means. 

I suppose I am just asking for guidance, and a little commentary on the respective roles of Nabble and SourceForge.

Regards to all,

Peter Hanlon

  

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Re: Forum Issues

Aaron Laws
I recommend (only more strongly as time goes on) that you sign up for the jorgan-user mailing list https://sourceforge.net/p/jorgan/mailman/ and correspond to the mailing list through e-mail. This is supported and reliable.

In Christ,
Aaron Laws


On Thu, Sep 6, 2018 at 5:08 AM Peter Hanlon <[hidden email]> wrote:
I had been happily replying to the odd forum post by emailing to the Nabble address e.g. http://jorgan.999862.n4.nabble.com/Test-tp4666316p4666320.html.

For some time, this didn’t work, and I started trying to use the SourceForge forum, but ran into a problem where I need to update my password; it understands that my email address is registered, but doesn’t respond when I invoke the ‘forgot my password’ option. No response ever arrives at my email. So I imagine Chester might be experiencing similar frustration.

A post earlier in the week worked via SourceForge ' [hidden email]’. The subject ( vaguely Rpi startup procedures) but filed under USB devices because I was just trying to access the forum by any means. 

I suppose I am just asking for guidance, and a little commentary on the respective roles of Nabble and SourceForge.

Regards to all,

Peter Hanlon

  
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Re: Forum Issues

John Reimer
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Peter Hanlon wrote
> I suppose I am just asking for guidance, and a little commentary on the
> respective roles of Nabble and SourceForge.

Peter,

The Mailing List, hosted by SourceForge, is the primary area for our jOrgan
communications. It operates by emails. One downside of this is that its
content is accessible only to members of the list. This is serious if we
want jOrgan to be better known via the Internet.

Nabble comes to the rescue by providing, free of charge to us, a Forum-type
presentation with a convenient search-of-archives facility (the Mailing List
also makes it possible to search its contents). One may choose to send posts
either by email (the SourceForge Mailing List) or by clicking on the
appropriate icon in Nabble. If the latter, Nabble sends the post to the
Mailing List , which notifies it back if it has been posted by a member of
the Mailing List, in which case it will appear in both the Mailing List and
on trh Nabble Forum

If there has been a problem, as was the case this week, it is not always
easy to tell if SourceForge or Nabble is causing it.
I did report the problem to SourceForge as soon as I became aware of it, and
fortunately the problem soon disappeared, but I have no idea why.

John Reimer




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Re: Forum Issues

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This works for me, Aaron.
Peter, I'm unaware of any difficulties.
/s/Chester

On Thursday, September 6, 2018, 7:36:47 AM MDT, Aaron Laws <[hidden email]> wrote:


I recommend (only more strongly as time goes on) that you sign up for the jorgan-user mailing list https://sourceforge.net/p/jorgan/mailman/ and correspond to the mailing list through e-mail. This is supported and reliable.

In Christ,
Aaron Laws


On Thu, Sep 6, 2018 at 5:08 AM Peter Hanlon <[hidden email]> wrote:
I had been happily replying to the odd forum post by emailing to the Nabble address e.g. http://jorgan.999862.n4.nabble.com/Test-tp4666316p4666320.html.

For some time, this didn’t work, and I started trying to use the SourceForge forum, but ran into a problem where I need to update my password; it understands that my email address is registered, but doesn’t respond when I invoke the ‘forgot my password’ option. No response ever arrives at my email. So I imagine Chester might be experiencing similar frustration.

A post earlier in the week worked via SourceForge ' [hidden email]’. The subject ( vaguely Rpi startup procedures) but filed under USB devices because I was just trying to access the forum by any means. 

I suppose I am just asking for guidance, and a little commentary on the respective roles of Nabble and SourceForge.

Regards to all,

Peter Hanlon

  
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Re: Forum Issues

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Thank you, John, for clarifying what setups are entailed. Much appreciated! You are doing a miracle.
My project, on hold for 2.5 years awaiting help totally out of my control, is at the breaking point, and this gives me some hope.
pk


=- Thursday, September 6, 2018, 4:50 PM PDT, John Reimer wrote: =-

<snip>
The Mailing List, hosted by SourceForge, is the primary area for our jOrgan
communications. It operates by emails. One downside of this is that its
content is accessible only to members of the list. This is serious if we
want jOrgan to be better known via the Internet.

Nabble comes to the rescue by providing, free of charge to us, a Forum-type
presentation with a convenient search-of-archives facility (the Mailing List
also makes it possible to search its contents). 

One may choose to send posts either by email (the SourceForge Mailing List) 
or by clicking on the appropriate icon in Nabble. If the latter, Nabble sends the 
post to the Mailing List , which notifies it back if it has been posted by a member 
of the Mailing List, in which case it will appear in both the Mailing List and
on the Nabble Forum

<snip>


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