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“gnus” 5.11+v0.5.dfsg-3ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

Changelog

gnus (5.11+v0.5.dfsg-3ubuntu1) feisty; urgency=low

  [Albin Tonnerre]
  * debian/control: Suggest idn (Closes Ubuntu: #61624).

 -- Daniel T Chen <email address hidden>   Thu, 11 Jan 2007 23:52:50 -0500

Upload details

Uploaded by:
Daniel T Chen on 2007-01-12
Uploaded to:
Feisty
Original maintainer:
James Troup
Component:
main
Architectures:
all
Section:
news
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Hardy release on 2007-10-18 universe news

Builds

Feisty: [FULLYBUILT] i386

Downloads

File Size MD5 Checksum
gnus_5.11+v0.5.dfsg.orig.tar.gz 2.2 MiB 21ede2ea1ce2778518069ac1ead092bc
gnus_5.11+v0.5.dfsg-3ubuntu1.diff.gz 18.6 KiB 2cc66fbf6a662a9652c08455b2197423
gnus_5.11+v0.5.dfsg-3ubuntu1.dsc 577 bytes d26771857571a97675633d90bedde1a9

Binary packages built by this source

gnus: A versatile news and mail reader for Emacsen

 Gnus is a flexible message reader running under Emacs. It supports
 reading and composing both news and mail. In addition, it is able to
 use a number of web-based sources as inputs for its groups. The main
 Gnus goal is to provide the user with an efficient and extensible
 interface towards dealing with large numbers of messages, no matter
 the form they may have or wherever they may come from. Gnus is a
 fully MIME-compliant and supports reading and composing messages
 using any charset that Emacs supports.
 .
 Gnus biggest strength is the fact that it is extremely
 customisable. It is somewhat intimidating at first glance, but most
 of the complexity can be ignored until you're ready to take advantage
 of it. If you receive a reasonable volume of e-mail (i.e. you're on
 various mailing lists), or you would like to read high-volume mailing
 lists but cannot keep up with them, or read high volume newsgroups or
 are just bored, then Gnus may be what you want.