I tried opening the link in question on three different occasions and it required me to log in on all of them, which is why I asked for the summary.
I agree that linking to a resource that does not (even occasionally) require login should be preferred. People looking to Qubes for security often do so to have a secure environment for privacy-enhancing tools such as Tor, so it’s reasonable to expect that a lot of them don’t have Google account.On Sep 19, 2020 14:53, unman email@example.com wrote:
On Fri, Sep 18, 2020 at 09:39:30PM +0200, Ond??ej Fiala wrote:
Please read more carefully next time – “Since I don’t have Google account
which seems to be required to view the initial discussion (as linked in the
first post of the thread)”. The first post says “continuing from discussion
at [link to Google groups]” without explaining anything…
It really isn’t true that you need a google account to read google
I connect over Tor, and rarely use groups- much prefer to use the mail
archive ( and you could easily have done this instead of posting snitty
comments). On the rare occasions that I have to use google groups,
other than enabling jscript, I connect just fine.
I realise that other users have reported a log in requirement - all I’m
saying is that it isn’t universally applied.
For the record, google groups for qubes-users is available at:
and this provides a searchable archive
It would be desirable if every one linked to the mail archive - is there
any chance that this could become the default?
(Also, the documentation should do this by default too.)
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