[Listwork] introduction and list archives
pabs at cat.org.au
Sun Jul 4 03:55:49 PDT 2004
On Sun, 2004-07-04 at 12:29 +0200, ansti wrote:
> lurker has a hide function, that simply hides the email addresses, but
> no intoxicator functions.
What's it written in? I suppose we can adapt jb's patch for this.
> > "Once the previous point is done, it should be possible to add a 'hide'
> > button in the admin interface: such a button would make mailman put a X-
> > Mailman-Id in a dbm, and Apache can deny access to the post by having a
> > look in this dbm. Next time the html archive is built or updated, this
> > post can be skipped. (Maybe we can add a 'hide' link on posts btw.)."
> sorry, i didn't know about this yet, already contacted upstream for
> suggestions. so you'dd like to have an easy way to block postings from
> being readable to world?
After the change jb did the other day, the X-Mailman-Id header is being
added to the archives, and used in generating unchanging urls for
pipermail. yeah, basically people see a button on each post that they
click, and if they have admin access (list or site), then that email is
removed from the web, if not, send an email to the admins or listwork
saying why it should be removed etc.
> > "Add Chris' X-Archived-At header" - url to the archived article
> what does Chris' X-Archived-At header do?
basically, such a header would contain a link to where each email sent
by the list is archived.
> ok, what is mail2.inypgh.org? does sarai still host all the lists and
> therefore the archives?
1. not sure, others know though, its a secondary mx, which was switched
to primary due to spammers practice of targeting secondaries.
> what is codecoop.org, and how is it related to indymedia? seems like
> savannah/sourceforge for indymedia projects. is it a indy project, or
> completely independent and only contributing to the comunity?
I'm not sure about that, tho i know sf-active, mir and other projects
are using it.
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