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Re: API versus web interface for public document access

Thanks, I've been on the list before and I do recall some related
success stories. Any suggestions for a more appropriate audience?
I would think that applications of script-based as opposed to web interfaces
would be of interest to people attempting to run linux-like
stuff under windoze(I'm obviously interested) .

This seems to fall under "how to use" and is not hit by the exceptions:

"cygwin: a high volume list for discussion of just about all things related to the Cygwin community release. If you have questions about how to use Cygwin, or if you have cygwin-specific (see above) questions, bugs, or observations about the UNIX tools (bash, gcc, make, etc.) that come with Cygwin, this is the list for you (although it's very possible that you will receive more qualified help for such tools on their specific non-cygwin mailing lists). There are a few exceptions to the "all things cygwin" nature of this list: "
I take it you won't let me post?

And, I hate to ask but how did yahoo and finance become spam terms?
I did think that yahoo had banned links containing the word "google"
but I don't think that was due to spam concerns.

Thanks again.

From: Christopher Faylor <>
Subject: Re: API versus web interface for public document access
Date: Sun, 8 Oct 2006 12:51:18 -0400

On Sun, Oct 08, 2006 at 12:39:03PM -0400, Christopher Faylor wrote:
>On Sun, Oct 08, 2006 at 12:30:50PM -0400, Christopher Faylor wrote:
>>>Can someone please post a link to spam block criteria ?
>>>My messages ot list owner are bouncing.
>>I don't see any bounced messages to cygwin-owner in the logs...
>Aha.  The messages *weren't* bouncing.  They actually did make it
>through to postmaster.

And, to close the book here, the message in question was very much off
topic for this list.

It was, in fact, even close to being off-topic for cygwin-talk.

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