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From Andy Konwinski <>
Subject Re: Nabble mailing list mirror errors: "This post has NOT been accepted by the mailing list yet"
Date Fri, 19 Dec 2014 20:51:07 GMT
Yesterday, I changed the domain name in the mailing list archive settings
to remove ".incubator" so maybe it'll work now.

However, I also sent two emails about this through the nabble interface (in
this same thread) yesterday and they don't appear to have made it through
so not sure if it actually worked after all.


On Wed, Dec 17, 2014 at 1:09 PM, Josh Rosen <> wrote:
> Yeah, it looks like messages that are successfully posted via Nabble end
> up on the Apache mailing list, but messages posted directly to Apache
> aren't mirrored to Nabble anymore because it's based off the incubator
> mailing list.  We should fix this so that Nabble posts to / archives the
> non-incubator list.
> On Sat, Dec 13, 2014 at 6:27 PM, Yana Kadiyska <>
> wrote:
>> Since you mentioned this, I had a related quandry recently -- it also
>> says that the forum archives "*
>> <>"/* *
>> <> *respectively, yet the "Community page"
>> clearly says to email the list (but the nabble archive
>> is linked right there too). IMO even putting a clear explanation at the top
>> "Posting here requires that you create an account via the UI. Your
>> message will be sent to both and
>> (if that is the case, i'm not sure which alias nabble
>> posts get sent to)" would make things a lot more clear.
>> On Sat, Dec 13, 2014 at 5:05 PM, Josh Rosen <> wrote:
>>> I've noticed that several users are attempting to post messages to
>>> Spark's user / dev mailing lists using the Nabble web UI (
>>>  However, there
>>> are many posts in Nabble that are not posted to the Apache lists and are
>>> flagged with "This post has NOT been accepted by the mailing list yet."
>>> errors.
>>> I suspect that the issue is that users are not completing the sign-up
>>> confirmation process (
>>> which is preventing their emails from being accepted by the mailing list.
>>> I wanted to mention this issue to the Spark community to see whether
>>> there are any good solutions to address this.  I have spoken to users who
>>> think that our mailing list is unresponsive / inactive because their
>>> un-posted messages haven't received any replies.
>>> - Josh

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