[Listwork] ansti, lurker, etc.
mark at indymedia.org
Tue Sep 28 11:04:32 PDT 2004
Ah, probably no traffic on the public lists.
seems like mailman has authentication for private archives which could
perhaps be combined w/ the html from lurker..(?)
On Tue, 28 Sep 2004 19:57:56 +0200, ansti wrote:
> On 28/09/2004 mark burdett wrote:
> > The lists that were archived have always had private archives. in fact it
> > seemed to only archive our private lists, not the public ones.
> are you sure? was there any traffic on your public lists since i
> installed lurker?
> this would be really bad.
> in fact, i subscribed to all lists, that are listed by mailmans
> /usr/lib/mailman/bin/list-lists -b -a
> in the meantime i got, that -a means 'all publically advertised' lists,
> _not_ 'all lists with public archive'.
> this should imply that _all_ lists that are listed at mailmans listinfo
> pages, regardless whether they have public or private archives, are
> archived by mailman right now.
> that's a really bad bug, i'm sorry about it, and lurker on sarai isn't
> available with http any more.
> anyway, when we use the more centralized way to archive mails into
> lurker, we have to set unique archivers for each public and private
> archives anyway, as mailman has PUBLIC_EXTERNAL_ARCHIVER and
> i think best will be to only archive public lists with lurker, at least
> as long as lurker has no trustworth authentication model to limit access
> to archives.
More information about the listwork