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jnewman at codeweavers.com
Wed Sep 7 09:14:22 CDT 2005
I'm really sorry you guys feel that way. The complaints have been very
minimal overall. If I wasn't so busy I can spend more time on it. My
problem is that I don't want to go back to Hypermail either. It has
serious issues with security and its attachment handling. So any other
options/suggestions I'll take. Or if anyone has some ideas on how Brian
can get the info he needs.
I found a patch that will add the date to the message lists. Problem is,
this goes against my policies. I don't like to patch binary packages
beyond the normal configuration files. This gets me into a quagmire when
I have to update the packages during a security update.
It does seem very strange that mailman does not have the date built in.
It does let you customize the templates, but leaves out the options for
dates and post counts. The patch I found was from way back in 2003. They
didn't even accept it back then. Makes me scratch my head when a good
open source project like mailman does not accept obvious improvements.
On Tue, 2005-09-06 at 14:36 -0600, Brian Vincent wrote:
> On 9/2/05, Stefan Leichter <Stefan.Leichter at camline.com> wrote:
> > Is it possible to get the timestamps back into the mailing list archive? It is
> > useful e.g. for regression testing to see when patches were committed to cvs.
> Yeah, it's actually a showstopper for me too and I asked the same
> thing. It's exactly why there was no WWN last and why there isn't
> likely to be one this week. I'm sure mailman has some great features,
> but for me the pipermail archives suck rocks.
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