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*.answers post-approval guidelines
Section - 4. Transfer a posting to a new maintainer

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The old maintainer should inform news-answers-request@mit.edu of the
change in maintainers.  The new maintainer should read the "*.answers
submission guidelines" and inform news-answers-request@mit.edu that
he or she has done so. Furthermore, the new maintainer should resubmit
the posting (MINUS THE APPROVAL HEADERS) even if there are no header
changes planned except for the From and/or Reply-To lines, since we'd
like to confirm that the new maintainer's news server doesn't munge
headers.  The new maintainer should wait for reapproval before posting
for real with the necessary approval headers.

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