This is still an implementation flaw in the way DMARC and SPF work with mailing lists rather than a problem with mailing lists though, so the onus really belongs with DMARC and SPF to better provide a way to support mailing lists. Including a way to specify in the DMARC/SPF configuration for the that the sender is a mailing list and that they need to validate the original sender against a different header instead - "X-Originally-From", rather than the mailing list's domain in the current "From", perhaps?
With AAC. Last I checked, MP3 even at 320kbps has artifacts.
*Latest naff ringtone*
"Yes, I'm climbing Mount Everest!"
It kind of ruins the moment, you know?
I think he meant the one outside of the capitol building where all of the super mutants are holed up in trenches.
Super mutants? Is that what you're calling your senators, now?
(I know...I know...Fallout 3...blahblahblah.)
It isn't a "dumb name", it's what the word "mall" means. It's only recently that "mall" is assumed to mean "shopping mall".
I think more people assume it's a streetlike thing than a lawn. In any case, we often give things multiple names, we could just call it some president's name park or whatever.
I propose "Metadata park."
MS-DOS no longer exists in Windows. I don't think it was compatible with the NT kernel. The "Command Prompt" is confusingly similar though, but I don't think they share code.
Eagerly awaiting the first fork! MS-DOS for Linux? Mac? It can finally happen!