Abhilash Raj pushed to branch master at GNU Mailman / Mailman Core
Commits: 179d65e5 by prakashdanish at 2018-09-07T02:49:10Z fixes typo in documentation - - - - - 64c086d9 by Abhilash Raj at 2018-09-07T23:12:21Z Merge branch 'fix-503' into 'master' docs: fixe typo and rephrasing Closes #503 See merge request mailman/mailman!412 - - - - - 3 changed files: - src/mailman/docs/8-miles-high.rst - src/mailman/docs/NEWS.rst - src/mailman/docs/install.rst Changes: ===================================== src/mailman/docs/8-miles-high.rst ===================================== @@ -182,7 +182,7 @@ name*, and optionally a list of linked addresses. Each *address* is a separate object, linked to no more than one user. A list *member* associates an address with a mailing list. Each list member -has a id, a mailing list name, an address (which may be `None`, representing +has an id, a mailing list name, an address (which may be `None`, representing the user's *preferred address*), a list of preferences, and a *role* such as "owner" or "moderator". Roles are used to determine what kinds of mail the user receives via that membership. *Owners* will receive mail to ===================================== src/mailman/docs/NEWS.rst ===================================== @@ -160,7 +160,7 @@ Other ``None``, but which can be set to an alternate domain. This will enable the Postfix MTA to generate ``virtual_alias_maps`` which will map list addresses in the domain to addresses in the alternate domain, and will - modify the other generated mapings to use the ``alias_domain``. The + modify the other generated mappings to use the ``alias_domain``. The ``lmtp`` runner will also accept the alias_domain as an alias for the ``email_host``. * ``ICacheManager`` now allows evicting a single file from cache. ===================================== src/mailman/docs/install.rst ===================================== @@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ Documentation The documentation for Mailman 3 is distributed throughout the sources. The core documentation (such as this file) is found in the ``src/mailman/docs`` directory, but much of the documentation is in module-specific places. Online -versions of the `Mailman 3 Core documentation`_ is available online. +version of the `Mailman 3 Core documentation`_ is available. Also helpful might be Mark Sapiro's documentation on `building out the mailman3.org`_ server. View it on GitLab: https://gitlab.com/mailman/mailman/compare/8b35db5ea26f8c2b704758566e1991bfa4367b83...64c086d9535f061b41fe2cd0ac5084d424ff8a6a -- View it on GitLab: https://gitlab.com/mailman/mailman/compare/8b35db5ea26f8c2b704758566e1991bfa4367b83...64c086d9535f061b41fe2cd0ac5084d424ff8a6a You're receiving this email because of your account on gitlab.com.
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