[Mailman-Developers] Change to acceptable_aliases
Barry A. Warsaw
Fri, 14 Apr 2000 13:20:05 -0400 (EDT)
>>>>> "HM" == Harald Meland <Harald.Meland@usit.uio.no> writes:
HM> So, I still say:
HM> 1) If the regexp does not contain an '@', first try matching
HM> it against the localpart (i.e. the way things work now).
HM> 2) If 1) was skipped *or* if it didn't produce a match, try
HM> matching against entire recip address (i.e. try this even if
HM> the regexp does not contain any '@' signs).
HM> Or am I misunderstanding something?
No, I think I misunderstood your original proposal. Sorry about that.
+1 on Harald's approach, with a provision to remove #1 in some future
P.S. The "+1" is taken from Apache's voting mechanism, as described by
Greg Stein on the Python-Dev list:
+1 "I'm all for it. Do it!"
+0 "Seems cool and acceptable, but I can also live without it"
-0 "Not sure this is the best thing to do, but I'm not against it."
-1 "Veto. And <HERE> is my reasoning."
It's actually worked quite nicely on Python-Dev, so I propose we adopt
it here too.