On Thu, 2003-03-20 at 18:04, ljacobs wrote:
Python 2.2.2, RedHat 7.1, Mailman 2.1.
Since upgrading to Postfix 2.0.6 (although that may be unrelated to this problem) I
have been unable to post to my Mailman 2.1 moderated lists. (I never had this
problem before.) The vette file responds
Redirecting here from mailman-checkins...
On Fri, 2003-03-21 at 03:30, Thomas Wouters wrote:
On Thu, Mar 20, 2003 at 11:02:29PM -0500, Barry Warsaw wrote:
On Wed, 2003-03-19 at 19:31, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Fix another of Peer's annoying bugs: somehow his next_request_id ended up
On Wed, 2003-03-19 at 16:55, Ricardo Kustner wrote:
I just noticed that bin/remove_members turns on userack by default...
even though it's supposed to use the list config setting
Fixed in cvs.
Mailman-Developers mailing list
Back in January, I worked out this patch for Mailman/Spambayes
integration. Simone finally prodded me to upload it so here it is:
I really only played with this on the train ride up and back and haven't
On Tue, 2003-04-01 at 07:09, Mikhail Sobolev wrote:
Lately I was not able to invest enough time to support the Russian
translation. Now I think that I would be able to catch up with the
latest changes (both sent to me by some Russian speaking users and
However, I am not
On Wed, 2003-04-02 at 17:08, Matthew Davis wrote:
I've been using Mozilla 1.2.1 1.3 and mailman 2.1.1 for some time now with
Just tested with phoenix 0.4 (dont have a copy of .5 right now, and it works
with no problems.
I generally test Mailman with Moz (1.2.1 and 1.3) on
On Fri, 2003-06-06 at 12:55, Hubbard, Matthew R W wrote:
I had a quick search and couldn't find much about this. I'm using Mailman
I've been looking through the add member code, specifically the
InviteNewMember, AddMember and ApprovedAddMember functions.
It has struck
On Sun, 2003-05-18 at 07:15, SteveC wrote:
Please don't flame if I'm out of place, I'll go rtfm/etc but I googled
for mailman+gpg and it came up with a bunch of old stuff on this list.
from what I can see periodically someone would come along and say 'we
want gpg support' but things don't
On Tue, 2003-05-20 at 04:23, Oliver Egginger wrote:
But further particulars:
when I comment out the line 126 in mailmanctl the error messages go away.
Here is the line
LogStdErr('error', 'mailmanctl', manual_reprime=0)
I execute this function call with python -v on command line
On Sat, 2003-05-17 at 10:53, Martin Maechler wrote:
I just tried again (needs a tiny bit longer when working from
home), and it didn't work again -- when I tried to upload a
file of new member addresses.
However when I tried (the old way of) pasting the new members
e-mails in to the
On Wed, 2003-05-28 at 13:27, Oliver Egginger wrote:
meanwhile I set up a debian woody with MM 2.1.2, but I receive
the same error messaes like under Mandrake 9.1.
BTW, I use RH9 and 7.3, but I really don't think it makes any
difference. What /might/ make a difference is using the distro's
On Tue, 2003-06-03 at 11:14, Oliver Egginger wrote:
Barry Warsaw wrote:
Python 2.2.3 was just released; maybe
a from-source installation will solve the problem.
After installing python 2.2.3 from source
and let mailman run under this python version the
On Mon, 2003-06-02 at 23:11, Fil wrote:
I'm experimenting an invite_members command-line script derived from the
add_members script. It does send a request for confirmation, but the
confirmation email does not get processed, and no traceback show up in the
logs. However, if I try the web
On Tue, 2003-06-03 at 13:52, Oliver Egginger wrote:
So I think (in this case), it's likely rather a mailman/python (2.2.2)
issue than a Mailman/Linux distro topic.
Good thing Python 2.2.3 is out now, then! :)
Maybe this is specific to my system, cause the configure scripts will
On Sat, 2003-06-07 at 21:04, Simon Coggins wrote:
I'm having a problem with the arch. I've tracked it down to the
Mailbox class that uses PortableUnixMailbox. The problem is it's
picking up ^From as a new message. Sendmail doesn't escape from
lines now so they are throughout my archives.
On Tue, 2003-06-03 at 15:12, Fil wrote:
Hint: if add_members could grow an 'invite' option...
Wanna add that as a feature request? :)
Mailman-Developers mailing list
On Wed, 2003-05-28 at 17:53, Wesley T. Perdue wrote:
I need to call an external script whenever a mailing list's membership changes.
Why don't you modify OldStyleMemberships.py? If you want to feel more
immune from future Mailman updates, I'd suggest subclassing from
On Tue, 2003-05-27 at 12:44, Tentra List Support wrote:
I would like to generate a link in the footer of each email that would take the user
directly to their options page so that, if they want to unsubscribe, they can do so
with a maximum of two steps one to click to the page and one to
On Thu, 2003-05-29 at 08:03, Steve Lay wrote:
I have a problem with the Mailman servers I run related to an issue which
was discussed during the 2.0.4 to 2.0.5 transition some time ago. The
problem relates to people who click the stop button on their browser while
Mailman is doing its stuff.
On Tue, 2003-06-10 at 15:22, Marisa Riviere wrote:
It seems that I find the answer to the first part of my question.
I should include the line:
DEFAULT_URL_PATTERN = 'http://%s/mail_man/'
in mm_cfg.py as well. Please tell me if I need some thing else.
Yes, this will work for new lists, but
On Mon, 2003-06-09 at 18:55, Donn Cave wrote:
I added a parameter to ScriptURL(..., upgrade=0) and a couple of
functions to deal with the protocol part of the URL (http vs. https.)
The upgrade parameter indicates that the URL must be https. And then
I had to change a few modules other than
On Fri, 2003-05-30 at 21:22, Ernest Christley wrote:
I've been trying to set up a list behind my firewall on the local
network. The machine hosting mailman uses 192.168.0.2 as a static IP,
but the world sees me as ernest.isa-geek.org, the DNS entry I got
If you try
On Sat, 2003-05-17 at 00:12, Kory Wheatley wrote:
I've sent this email twice and no one has responded to this problem, I would really
appreciate a response.
I receive this below error when I go into the Administrative Interface and
check Preserve messsages for the site administrator and
On Wed, 2003-06-11 at 12:57, Tom Neff wrote:
The purpose of the Received: trace field is to allow a mail administrator to
identify and, if necessary, troubleshoot the relay path that a message
followed before reaching his or her site (which might not even be the
intended destination, mail
On Mon, 2003-05-26 at 19:34, Tentra List Support wrote:
I tryed change the default page and link colors by adding relevant fields in
Default.py to mm_cfg.py. Changing all of the directives worked except for
which did not result in a change. I found the offending error in
On Wed, 2003-06-18 at 18:38, Matt Helsley wrote:
I have two lists: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
The spammer sends forged as [EMAIL PROTECTED] to [EMAIL PROTECTED] The
mail gets held for approval and a message gets sent to [EMAIL PROTECTED]
informing it that the
On Tue, 2003-06-24 at 00:43, J C Lawrence wrote:
ObNote2: TMDA as of v0.75 (latest .deb)is not able to read Mailman
v2.1 list configurations to extract the membership rosters (the pickle
now contains bounce objects so the naive cPickle.load fails). This
doesn't create a major
On Sat, 2003-06-28 at 12:12, J C Lawrence wrote:
Using the Debian 2.1.2-2 package I get the floowing tracebacks on
File /var/lib/mailman/scripts/driver, line 87, in run_main
File /usr/lib/mailman/Mailman/Cgi/subscribe.py, line 96, in main
On Tue, 2003-07-01 at 19:35, Roger Lynn wrote:
ld be really nice if this could also somehow work to enable
non-subscribers browsing the archives to reply to specific posts (as I am
doing now). I've no idea how this could be done though.
The mailto: link in the archived messages includes a
On Thu, 2003-07-03 at 08:48, Kevin McCann wrote:
Barry, you mentioned that Mailman can work with MySQL, just not out of
the box. Can you expound on this? Or can anyone else? I'm about to do
a lot of RD in this area and would like to tap into what other people
know so far.
Are we talking
On Thu, 2003-07-03 at 13:47, Charlie Clark wrote:
Barry's explanation is pretty good but I think the integration with an ACID
RDBMS is a little trickier than with BerkeleyDB and I think MySQL would not
be a good choice for this. We have recently done our own RDBMS integration
for a client
On Tue, 2003-07-08 at 01:49, Chuq Von Rospach wrote:
So I'm worried that someone's figured out how to circumvent yahoo's
confirmation process. I wanted to bring this up with Yahoo, but they
evidently weren't interested.
Okay, so /that/ sucks.
(and the reason I'm posting this to
On Tue, 2003-07-08 at 11:00, Nigel Metheringham wrote:
One thing that could be considered to protect ourselves against such
attacks if there was a way of reducing the complexity to reasonable
levels, would be to drop pending subscription requests after a couple
(think of an appropriate
On Tue, 2003-07-08 at 09:19, Chris Boulter wrote:
Does Mailman support the storage of any sort of user metadata? If not, would
it be easyish to add? I'm not terribly familiar with Python, but it looks
like I could add attributes to a class and then have them persisted by
On Thu, 2003-07-10 at 15:05, Chuq Von Rospach wrote:
you risk turning mailman into yet another CMS, rather than allowing
mailman to interconnect with all of the existing CMS's... the latter is
a much easier and more powerful task.
...and is /definitely/ the direction Mailman 3 is going in.
On Thu, 2003-07-10 at 15:12, David Birnbaum wrote:
It's easy enough to add members to the list and remove them from an
external source, but it would be really nice if we could have Mailman call
a program of our choice, with some arguments/environment variable/STDIN
whenver it reacts to a
On Thu, 2003-07-10 at 15:37, Chuq Von Rospach wrote:
Zope should be one of the interfaces, definitely, but I really think
it's time Mailman is interfaced with some non-Python tools so it can
play better with the world beyond Python. It'll help it become that
much more accepted Out There...
On Thu, 2003-07-10 at 15:35, Paul Hoffman / IMC wrote:
- Can random.random() run out of randomness? That is, if you bombard
the machine with requests that call random.random(), will it start
sending out predictable responses?
Any pseudo random number generate can, right? Python 2.2's RNG
On Thu, 2003-07-10 at 15:54, Chuq Von Rospach wrote:
My worry, of course, is that the e-mail community has had a tendency to
see mail-back validation as the solution to many problems (and it is,
just not as globally as some might hope) --- but I don't think the
community has ever stopped
On Thu, 2003-07-10 at 17:37, David Birnbaum wrote:
Somewhat expensive, perhaps...BUT it has the advantage of being pretty
quick to write and very simple for those who don't have the time,
knowledge, or resources (#1 and #3, in my case) to build something more
complicated. And, how many
This sounds like an interesting opportunity to get some more Mailman
exposure. I won't be able to attend, but if any of our UK or Euro
friends are planning to, would you be willing to volunteer a little time
at the booth? If so, please let me and Brian know (I don't know what
all is involved,
On Wed, 2003-07-23 at 08:39, Juan Enrique Gómez wrote:
I have been looking how works the bounce daemon, and i see thtat
everytime it processes a bounce, it rewrites the list file complete, is
this possible?, if so i think this is a crazyness cause in lists with
200k users, every bounce
Thanks Les. Note that this is already fixed in CVS (see mailpasswds
2.17), so it'll be part of MM2.1.3. I likely won't get that out until
after Python 2.3 is released after the end of this month.
Mailman-Developers mailing list
On Tue, 2003-07-22 at 10:02, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I have no idea what this is:)[Unable to display image]Jaimie 419-438-0877
Mailman-Developers mailing list
On Tue, 2003-07-29 at 22:58, Bill Bradford wrote:
Is it safe to upgrade to Python 2.3 from 2.2.2 with an existing MailMan
installation without breaking things?
I'm sad to say I haven't had a lick of time to thoroughly test this. I
/think/ it should be okay, but I'm updating my personal servers
On Wed, 2003-07-30 at 12:05, Brad Knowles wrote:
Is there a cron job that I've missed, or some other advice you
can give me regarding the setup of bi-directional news gateways?
Yes. cron/gate_news is the script you need to run to pull stuff off the
On Wed, 2003-07-30 at 16:28, Marco Antonio Reis Henriques wrote:
Sorry folks and specially Chris.
I was betray by mailman translation from English to Portuguese .
Advertise this list when people ask what lists are on this machine? in
Portuguese is like Inform this list when people ask
On Wed, 2003-08-06 at 18:48, Chuq Von Rospach wrote:
So it seems to be Mailman making an unsafe assumption about how the
MIME is constructed, not a problem with an incoming message.
Barry? What's your thought here?
If it's really the digest.mbox file that's busted here (and you can
On Fri, 2003-08-08 at 04:05, Tollef Fog Heen wrote:
(see http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=204196 for the
Debian bug report)
There's an error in the dutch translation where the keyword used is
the wrong one. This causes Mailman to shunt large ( 40KB by default)
I'm not ignoring you guys. ;) Well, actually I am, but I wish I didn't
have to. I'm slammed to the gills with work stuff these days. I had
hope to have some free evenings this week to catch up, but no dice.
Chuq, I have a working patch for you that I still haven't had time to
check in. I'm
On Wed, 2003-08-06 at 19:24, Barry Warsaw wrote:
If this patch works, then I'll probably apply it as a fallback, but I'll
want to make sure the scrubber is fixed too, otherwise it's possible
that your mbox archive is also broken (though you wouldn't notice it
until you regenerated your
On Mon, 2003-08-18 at 10:51, John A. Martin wrote:
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-
What defenses does Mailman have against suicide mail-bomber attacks?
The suicide mail-bomber has a number of list-owner addresses for which
the receiving MTAs take delivery and subsequently
On Wed, 2003-08-13 at 19:56, Nadim Shaikli wrote:
Well, in my case I'm on a debian system (code via apt-get) running
mailman-2.1.2-6. I have about 12 mailing-lists all seem to function
without an issue except for one. Anytime anyone mails to it, the
message gets Shunned and I see this error
On Fri, 2003-08-08 at 21:43, Marcia Cardoso wrote:
File /usr/local/lib/python2.2/codecs.py, line 496, in open
file = __builtin__.open(filename, mode, buffering)
IOError: [Errno 13] Permission denied: '/usr/local/mailman/logs/error'
On Thu, 2003-08-14 at 13:38, Will Knapp wrote:
When altering the User page's html I'd like to use some kind of include to
point to header.html and footer.html outside of mailman.
I know all about why SSI is a bad idea in CGI. Is there some tag in mailman
or Python that will let me do this?
On Tue, 2003-08-12 at 18:09, Stewart M. Ives wrote:
Where is the Site Administrators Documentation or is it what is currently
shown at www.list.org/site.html???
The description said it's a complete doc on installing/integrating/etc
mailman. I think what comes up is not it.
On Fri, 2003-08-15 at 12:52, Bill Bradford wrote:
Looks like the problem resolved itself after a few minutes.
On Fri, Aug 15, 2003 at 09:58:39AM -0500, Bill Bradford wrote:
After power was restored and the machine came up, Mailman (2.1.2) is now
spitting out errors:
On Fri, 2003-08-15 at 07:00, Chris Boulter wrote:
On Fri 2003-08-15 11:03:25 +0100, Chris Boulter wrote:
Here's an odd little problem I've encountered and a workaround for it.
Oops. I think all this confusion might have been caused by my mm_cfg.py
from Defaults import *
On Tue, 2003-08-19 at 15:17, Simone Piunno wrote:
On Tuesday 19 August 2003 04:08, Barry Warsaw wrote:
After power was restored and the machine came up, Mailman (2.1.2) is
now spitting out errors:
File /usr/local/mailman/Mailman/Queue/Switchboard.py, line 246, in
On Sun, 2003-08-24 at 20:49, Greg Ward wrote:
I've just installed the mailman 2.1.2-7 package on a Debian sarge
(testing) system, and qrunner goes into an apparent infinite loop as
soon as it starts. Here's a snapshot from top shortly after running
On Wed, 2003-08-27 at 14:12, Kory Wheatley wrote:
What is the best book to learn Python, for a beginner and than another
book for the advanced features?
I haven't read any of the more recent Python books. I learned Python by
reading the tutorial, which is still a good, cheap way to learn
On Thu, 2003-08-28 at 03:00, Madsen Wikholm wrote:
I'm not really for using the challenge/response system for personal mail since
I get much mail from unknown senders. But for a list that would normally be
open it would cut down on the spam. I used to have my lists open but due to
On Thu, 2003-08-14 at 10:45, Chuming Chen wrote:
Before I send a digest out, I would like to edit it. Where in the
Unix world is it located? How can I have permission to read/write
It lives in lists/yourlist/digest.mbox
I would like to be able to send out a digest when I want. From
Take a look in cvs. There's a script called bin/discard which takes a
list of file names and does proper discards on all those files. I'll be
testing it on mail.python.org when 1) I dig out from the mail hell we've
been in for the last few days, and 2) SF's CVS stops sucking wink.
On Fri, 2003-09-05 at 11:46, John A. Martin wrote:
I hope this is something where the choice of what to discard rests
with the individual list owner/moderator.
The script is just a hack, and must be run by the site admin on the
command line. It's just a way to mass discard a ton of crap. It
On Fri, 2003-09-05 at 16:33, Simone Piunno wrote:
I'm using this patch (slightly adapted) on our servers since early april. It
works almost seamlessly and its very effective but still lacks some UI
controls, e.g. actually there's no way to train the filter TTW with a message
which is not
On Sun, 2003-09-07 at 17:30, Harald Meland wrote:
[ Replying to a 3.5-months-old message... hopefully my response lag
time will improve shortly. :-) ]
Yours and mine both! :)
If there is enough demand for tree reorganization to require using a
completely new CVS module, has any thought
On Tue, 2003-08-19 at 18:45, Simone Piunno wrote:
MTAs usually provide a configuration setting to enable cache flush for each
transaction (by use of fsync()), but this is disabled by default because of
the severe impact in performance.
Indeed. I could add an optional flag
On Fri, 2003-09-12 at 12:28, Brad Knowles wrote:
I would suggest making this flag visible on certain OSes. For
example, turned off by default but visible on Linux, and not even
visible (without hacking) on OSes that don't need it.
Hmm, I don't know what make it visible on some OSs
On Fri, 2003-09-12 at 17:40, Harald Meland wrote:
Although I haven't done any testing as to how much performance is lost
by fsync(2)ing, I suspect that the sites who actually *need* this lost
performance are (much) more likely to read the upgrade notes than your
average Mailman site admin.
On Fri, 2003-09-12 at 12:42, Brad Knowles wrote:
At 12:35 PM -0400 2003/09/12, Barry Warsaw wrote:
Hmm, I don't know what make it visible on some OSs would mean. ;)
So that no hacking is required to make it something the user can
see and modify. We'd still be doing the dangerous
On Fri, 2003-09-12 at 15:58, Brad Knowles wrote:
It's easy enough to check the type of filesystem to be used, and
whether chatter +S has been run on the particular directory
Maybe there should be a FAQ or README.LINUX items discussing the issue,
and suggesting filesystem
On Fri, 2003-09-12 at 18:50, Harald Meland wrote:
However, I'm not sure I understand why this shouldn't be configurable
in mm_cfg; is that just to keep the number of configurable variables
That, and because I kind of see visibility in mm_cfg.py as a blessing of
sorts for the
On Mon, 2003-09-08 at 05:46, Steve Alexander wrote:
Mailman 2.1.2 writes out a sendmail-style virtual-mailman file rather
than a postfix-style virtual-mailman file.
I don't know whether this is what is intended, but it seems counter to
what I read in the README.POSTFIX file, and using the
On Sat, 2003-09-13 at 21:07, John A. Martin wrote:
ISTM the Postfix documentation is pretty clear with one
line. Anything else even that might work would be exploiting an
undocumented feature that might well change without notice, IMHO.
On Mon, 2003-09-22 at 09:27, PieterB wrote:
One of my qrunners (--runner=OutgoingRunner:0:1 -s) is eating 100%
cpu continuously. I can't find what is causing it to do that.
I found out I forgot one of the -owner-aliases for a specific list,
but even after fixing that it is still eating away
I recently received a message about problems with Mailman and CPanel. I
don't know anything about CPanel, or why Mailman and CPanel might not be
working together, but that doesn't mean I wouldn't be interested in
helping to make sure this is still a viable solution. I know a lot of
On Mon, 2003-09-22 at 18:49, Chuq Von Rospach wrote:
Does anybody know anything about this?
I've seen people asking about it on ListOwners. I've kept my head down
because I didn't know what you'd said/done, but it sort of sounds like
it's either the cPanel folks trying to blame Mailman
On Mon, 2003-09-22 at 19:02, Robert Anderson wrote:
I don't know the answer but is mailman really an out of the box solution
that is suitable for users without basic programming or linux sysadmin
skills? Because there are a lot of CPanel users in this category.
Installation and setup
On Wed, 2003-09-24 at 22:23, Tokio Kikuchi wrote:
I've updated this FAQ entry to describe the removeMember() method which
would be better to use, if possible.
Also, I remember providing a remove_members recipe in
On Wed, 2003-09-24 at 11:57, Greg Stark wrote:
I should not be removed from a mailing list purely on the basis of bounces of
uncontrolled messages. The messages that bounced could have been spam or
outlook worms or whatever.
In the default configuration, you won't be. You might get
On Fri, 2003-09-26 at 11:41, Greg Stark wrote:
What I'm suggesting is that Mailman should *send* a message with known content
itself, and only if that message bounces should it decide the address is
It seems difficult to test a negative (what? it doesn't bounce after 10
On Fri, 2003-09-26 at 12:24, Simone Piunno wrote:
On Friday 26 September 2003 17:47, Barry Warsaw wrote:
Admins of low volume lists might want to change some of the bounce
processing defaults. However, by default if a list gets no bounces from
you in 7 days, it considers any previous
On Fri, 2003-09-26 at 12:15, Martin Maechler wrote:
The mailman-builtin archiving engine (pipermail) is really not that
It's better than nothing, but no one has ever made great claims about
it. Unfortunately, no one has stepped up to improve it either although
there have been
On Fri, 2003-09-26 at 12:45, Greg Stark wrote:
That sounds great, except I'm subscribed to 183 lists, mostly low volume.
Periodically I get interested in some project I put aside long ago, check my
mail folder for it and discover I've stopped receiving messages months ago.
Not that I have any more free time than I used to, but I'd like to start
planning for the next major release of Mailman. Over the summer I made
some good progress on Mailman 3, but I'm beginning to think that we'll
need a MM2.2 release sooner than that. There's a ton of stuff backed up
On Fri, 2003-09-26 at 13:22, Nadim Shaikli wrote:
Dump pipermail completely and include (or point to) MHonARC, it does a great
job and is easily integrated (UTF-8 support and all).
In the tradition of Python's batteries included philosophy, I still
want to bundle Pipermail. But I'm happy to
On Fri, 2003-09-26 at 16:44, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
On Fri, Sep 26, 2003 at 01:34:04PM -0400, Barry Warsaw wrote:
want to bundle Pipermail. But I'm happy to make it more obvious, or
easier, or whatever, to point people at MHonArc. I'm leery of including
A simple step toward
On Fri, 2003-09-26 at 12:36, J C Lawrence wrote:
At its core this is an argument between pragmatism and principle.
My principled side says that an alarming number of sites actually do
use content filters and that they are a reality of email life and we
should properly handle reality.
On Fri, 2003-09-26 at 18:30, Brad Knowles wrote:
At 1:40 PM -0400 2003/09/26, Barry Warsaw wrote:
So I've started a wiki page to start collecting ideas. I'm not
committing to any of them, but we need a place to document and discuss
things that might go into Mailman 2.2. Here's
On Fri, 2003-09-26 at 20:22, Kevin McCann wrote:
I agree. Earl Hood has been doing a marvelous job with MHonarc for years
now. The guy is meticulous, keeps his software current and well documented,
and understands mail issues as well as anyone. I understand Barry's
hesitation to integrate a
On Sat, 2003-09-27 at 03:18, Martin v. Löwis wrote:
At least, MHonArc-ed japanese mail archives doesn't impress me much.
Seconded. I once wrote a patch to MHonarc to support UTF-8 on all
pages, and it was eventually incorporated, but MHonarc's
multiple-encoding techniques are much behind
On Sat, 2003-09-27 at 09:59, Kevin McCann wrote:
Try it for yourself. Maybe your needs are different. But if I want an
archiver that will process huge mbox file from other systems - without
crapping out, will decode encoded binary attachments, have flexible,
customizable output, etc., I can't
On Sun, 2003-09-28 at 05:13, Harald Meland wrote:
I really really want to use something like message-ids to generate
message file names. I want to be able to generate links to archived
messages in the footers, but I think the best way to do that is to agree
On Sun, 2003-09-28 at 02:06, Alessio Bragadini wrote:
MHonArc has a lengthy configuration file, not to mention the possibility
of patches. What's exactly the result you would like to see?
See my other followup.
On Fri, 2003-09-26 at 09:21, ned wrote:
i've been poking and prodding mailman for about an hour now...found a few
things which could be not seen as secure (although they dont have any real
first there is a XSS (cross site scripting) bug in create.py in Cgi/. just
Okay, I'm going to be cutting Mailman 2.1.3 over the next hour or so.
avalon and duke9 are getting their 11th hour updates in, but those will
probably be the last. :)
Mailman-Developers mailing list
On Thu, 2003-10-02 at 03:22, Bernhard Reiter wrote:
Congratulation for getting 2.1.3 out of the door!
Thanks. Please understand that I no longer get to work on Mailman as
part of my day job, so I fit it in between everything else that's going
on. More than anything else, that drives what gets
On Mon, 2003-10-06 at 15:48, Mikhail Sobolev wrote:
In my experience as a translator, missing spaces always happened because I
forgot that space while translating or because even the original english text
had the problem. So, if you can see the problem only happens in russian, I'd
On Tue, 2003-10-07 at 17:47, Mikhail Sobolev wrote:
I am sorry, but I do not really see this as an expected behaviour. As I
said the newlines are replaced with nothing.
I have the text:
Blah blah blah
oops oops oops
And after the reformatting I expect:
Blah blah blah oops oops
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