the GNU Radio Community does NOT feel positive about Nabble offering a mailing list archive of firstname.lastname@example.org, since the Nabble format does a very bad job at representing how the complex, deep discussion threads work.
Even worse, as a user frontend, Nabble absolutely fails at not breaking discussions, making people miss good answers, and hence, Nabble is wasting everyone's time.
Therefore, we, before we get in contact with our representatives at FSF, would request that you immediately cease keeping a mailing list archive, as well as stopping to act as frontend to the aforementioned mailing list.
Documentation and Mailing List Community Manager
GNU Radio project
I sympathise with your concern about an outsider setting up an archive and I'm sure Franklin will follow through on your request but "Threaded View" seems to produce as good a breakdown of complex threads as many a mail program I've seen.