[coreboot] Phantom bounces and Coreboot list membership disabled – again!

Gregg Levine gregg.drwho8 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 28 04:24:33 CET 2015

I agree.
I've been seeing them as well, and responding accordingly. And only on
the  one from Google Mail. Oddly enough I'm also seeing complaints
from Google Mail concerning the way each message is delivered, which
is why I'm surprised that this one didn't need to be retrieved from
the spam bucket.

Is anyone else seeing these notices besides James and myself?
Gregg C Levine gregg.drwho8 at gmail.com
"This signature fought the Time Wars, time and again."

On Tue, Jan 27, 2015 at 10:05 PM, James Haigh <james.r.haigh at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> On 20/01/15 02:17, coreboot-request at coreboot.org wrote:
> Your membership in the mailing list coreboot has been disabled due to
> excessive bounces The last bounce received from you was dated 20-Jan-2015.
> You will not get any more messages from this list until you re-enable your
> membership. You will receive 3 more reminders like this before your
> membership in the list is deleted.
> [...]
> Please can someone forward me these bounces. This is the second time that
> I've been disabled from the Coreboot mailing list and I've not had this
> problem with other lists, so I suspect that it's a problem specific to the
> Coreboot list.
>     The first time, which happened on 2014-12-14, I contacted coreboot-owner
> to ask for these bounces to be forwarded to me so that I can try to
> understand what is going on. At least I was only disabled for about 12 hours
> before realising. This time I've missed over a week of messages which is
> annoying; yes, I know that there are archives, but I can't search those from
> my inbox. I still haven't had a reply from coreboot-owner hence why this
> time I'm asking the list.
>     That aside, hi, I'm James! I've been on the list since the Thursday
> before last FOSDEM... wow, nearly a year, that went quick! :-/ I have 2
> ThinkPad X60 Tablets (64-bit L7400 and 32-bit L2400) which I've been meaning
> to install LibreBoot onto, or Coreboot with all blobs removed except for the
> CPU microcode (because I don't see how the embedded microcode is any less
> libre than a microcode given at runtime). I'm going to FOSDEM again this
> year so hope to see some of you there, and I'm aiming to have, by the end of
> it, replaced the BIOS firmware on one of my X60 Tablets with
> Coreboot/LibreBoot.
> Best regards,
> James Haigh.
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