[Mailman-Developers] MySQL Member Adaptor(s) - Various comments.
kyrian-list at ore.org
Sat Sep 27 15:11:05 CEST 2008
Apologies for any confusion cause by posting by CC to this list, while
emailing people directly. I was mainly responding to Fil, CC the list.
> I've added the proper URLs in the README.
> As for further developments I'll have to pass, as I'll be switchwing
> to MM3 before I have time to develop more that small fixes to Mailman
> and/or this adapter.
I think this is about the right way to go about things.
I were you, I would be inclined incorporate the small-ish character set
fixes I've put into my code (or something like them, given it's as yet
untested) into your fork of the MySQL Member Adaptor for MM2.x...
I'm "considering" pointing people from my own download location to your
version at this point, FWIW.
Others wrote variously...
About MM2 code:
Thanks, I will poke around in "getRegularMemberKeys and
getDigestMemberKeys" to see if I can see a sane method of integration
happening 'in band'.
I can see where Fil is coming from a bit more having poked around his
Trac archive, and it's probably not as much of an issue as I imagined
where he's diverged from existing MM structure.
If I have it right, the only really significant "out of band" change is
that he's basically just replaced the search backend for the admin pages
to optimise fetching data on multiple list members at once, which I knew
from the start would suck badly given the way the API worked 'in band'.
The remainder of those changes seem to be docs, cosmetics and add-ons.
Some diff patches wouldn't go amiss though I suppose for more sane
application of the changes, which is not so dependent on precise MM version.
About MM3 resources:
Thanks, these will be noted in my Wiki for whenever I find time to look
And about Trac:
Thanks, err, about the same response there, either Wiki or Brain.
Last but by no means least, about beer in london:
Certainly, there are many worthy pubs in central london which would be
ideal. Probably best worked out offlist between any interested parties,
though. I guess the main questions are: types of beer, preferences for
type of establishment, noise levels, music, etc?
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