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Want to follow Dell on the GNU/Linux side? Well, you can follow the
mailing lists using an RSS feed!

----- Forwarded message from Matt Domsch <deleted@dell.com> -----

Date: Fri, 18 Jun 2010 23:51:18 -0500
From: Matt Domsch <deleted@dell.com>
Subject: RSS feeds of Dell Linux mailing lists
To: linux-desktops@dell.com
Reply-To: Linux on Dell desktops and notebooks discussion <linux-desktops@dell.com>

Some of these lists are lower traffic than others, and I find it handy
to have mailing list posts appear in my daily RSS stream.  So, with
thanks to a handy mailman-archive-to-rss script[1], there are now RSS
feeds for each of the mailing lists on lists.us.dell.com.

http://lists.us.dell.com/rss/
has the RSS feeds to subscribe to.


I hope this makes it easier to keep track of conversations on the
lists.

Thanks,
Matt

[1] http://jmason.org/software/scripts/mailman-archive-to-rss.txt

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