Hi Google Team,
Thank you for your reply. The comp.databases.postgresql.* hierarchy has
been there for many years now. I am unaware of any duplicates, however,
if someone has replicated the hierarchy elsewhere, then it is that copy
that should be removed.
With regard to the traffic level, as one of the PostgreSQL webmasters I
can see over 350,000 posts in our private archives over the last 8 years
or so - on average that works out at over 100 messages per day for the
hierarchy; a figure that is probably substantially higher than that now
given that the groups started with very little traffic and have grown
and grown over the years.
I would appreciate it if you would review the decision to suspend this
> -----Original Message-----
> From: labs-groups2(at)google(dot)com [mailto:labs-groups2(at)google(dot)com]
> Sent: 29 September 2004 01:04
> To: Dave Page
> Subject: Re: [#14748606] comp.databases.postgresql hierarchy
> Hi Dave,
> Thank you for your note. Typically when groups are tagged as
> 'no longer archived' it is because there are duplicated
> groups or the groups do not have substantial traffic.
> If newsgroups are classified as 'no longer archived' they
> can't be posted to through Google. However, we can review
> groups for re-classification if petitioned by users.
> The Google Team
> Original Message Follows:
> From: "Dave Page" <dpage(at)vale-housing(dot)co(dot)uk>
> Subject: comp.databases.postgresql hierarchy
> Date: Sat, 25 Sep 2004 22:47:08 +0100
> I found today that groups.google.com is no longer archiving the
> comp.databases.postgresql.* hierarchy of newsgroups. This is
> an extremely important hierarchy to myself and to countless
> other PostgreSQL users who rely on these groups for
> discussion of the databases use and development, as evidenced
> by the hundreds of message that can be posted on a daily basis.
> I therefore respectfully ask that you reconsider your
> decision to suspend archiving of this group hierarchy.
> Regards, Dave.
> Dave Page
> Network & Systems Manager
> The Vale Housing Association
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