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pyparsing announcement?

I have tried a couple of times now to post an announcement of the latest
version of pyparsing, but it does not seem to be making it past the news
server, neither through my local ISP's server nor through GoogleGroups.
Could it be because I am also posting to comp.lang.pytho n.announce, and this
moderated group is holding up posts to all groups? (Doesn't really make
sense to me, but it's all I can come up with.)

Or is the announcement getting out, and my newsreader just not showing it
for some reason?

-- Paul
Dec 23 '06 #1
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Paul McGuire wrote:
I have tried a couple of times now to post an announcement of the latest
version of pyparsing, but it does not seem to be making it past the news
server, neither through my local ISP's server nor through GoogleGroups.
Could it be because I am also posting to comp.lang.pytho n.announce, and this
moderated group is holding up posts to all groups? (Doesn't really make
sense to me, but it's all I can come up with.)
Moderated usenet is implemented by emailing the post to the moderator,
who then posts the message to usenet with special headers. A
cross-posted message is a single message, so yes, it will get held up
until the moderator approves it for _all_ groups.

-Mike

Dec 23 '06 #2

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