moderated Re: 2 questions about the Yahoo Group transfer
Harm Selling <h.selling@...>
I've approached you by direct mail.
Van: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> Namens Mark Fletcher
On Thu, Oct 24, 2019 at 12:36 PM Harm Selling <h.selling@...> wrote:
The most important thing is to get the data out of Yahoo and safely stored. That's the export part of the system. Once the data is out, it doesn't matter if Yahoo Groups is up/gone/malfunctioning/whatever. Your group has already been exported, it's just now in the queue to be loaded into Groups.io. What you saw this morning was a bunch of priority transfers bumping to the head of the line. I really am going as fast as I can with this.
What seems to be the case with the incoming Yahoo Groups is that they are averaging large numbers of messages, as I suppose you'd expect from long running groups. The messages take the most time to import and can't be done in parallel, because the threading algorithm expects to see messages in order, like you'd normally get in a mailing list. I could perhaps fix that, but I don't have the time right now.