[Listwork] private archives and last changes.
pabs at cat.org.au
Fri Jul 9 17:54:21 PDT 2004
Having had a quick look at the Mailman/Cgi/private script, I think that it
could be hacked up relatively simply to take into account when a specific
filename is non-existant, and to load it from a different directory. Also,
allowing reading of graveyarded private list archives seems easy once the
tricky bit of loading up the mailing list pickles can be done.
On Wed, 7 Jul 2004, jb wrote:
> not too sure if that's fine, please tell me.
> on the archive splash template (the one with months listed, as
> http://lists.indymedia.org/pipermail/listwork/ ), i've changed the
> link to archives.lists.indymedia.org/listwork (say) to be
> when apache sees something like /pipermail/*/old, it redirects to
> archives.lists.indy. for private archives, apache doesnt catch it,
> old/ exists and is a link to
> /mailman/priv-archives.lists.indymedia.org/somelist/ , so
> old archives are served properly.
> well, it's a stupid trick, but it sorta works. one drawback is that
> old links to pre-july posts return 'not found' for private archives,
> i'm not too sure how to handle this since mailman cgi that serves
> private archives just prints 'not found' instead of returning a 404
> error we could catch with apache (i guess).
> would be cool to make something decent and modify the 'private' cgi
> script but...
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