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#110 wontfix innd and nnrpd do not advertise IHAVE for the entire session eagle Julien ÉLIE
Description

According to RFC 3977, section 3.4.1:

Except as an effect of the MODE READER command (Section 5.3) on a mode-switching server, once a server advertises either or both of the IHAVE or READER capabilities, it MUST continue to advertise them for the entire session.

If IHAVE has been advertised, it will not necessarily be advertised for the entire session. innd and nnrpd only advertise the IHAVE capability when it is really available.

Impact: Probably none. It is sort of a weird edge case, since having such basic commands disappear after authentication is a little odd and would require an unusual configuration. It is probably not worth fixing. Besides, such a fix seems to partly defeat the point of the capability system.

#3 fixed Act on checkgroups control messages instead of sending mail eagle eagle
Description

The only difference between doit and mail in control.ctl configuration of checkgroups handling is whether controlchan runs the checkgroups through docheckgroups to generate a shell script first. There's no way to tell the server to just make the necessary changes.

If this is added, there should probably be a corresponding configuration option telling controlchan the maximum number of changes that could be made at one time before bailing and mailing the changes to the admin.

#4 fixed Add encoding to checkgroups processing eagle eagle
Description

Add encoding specifications such as:

  # Output encoding for newsgroups file.
  /encoding/:utf-8

  # Incoming encodings in checkgroups.
  /encoding/:*:cp1252
  /encoding/:cn.*:gb18030
  /encoding/:fido.*:utf-8
  /encoding/:fr.*:iso-8859-15

and then update docheckgroups processing to use iconv to convert newsgroup descriptions to the output encoding before adding them to newsgroups.

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