Hello friends of Mailman!
I said I played this song so many times before That the melody keeps repeating
Time for my usual "sneak one in before the new year" release! I'm happy to announce the third beta release of the core Mailman 3.0 engine. Mailman 3.0b3 is code named "Here Again".
You can download GNU Mailman 3.0b3 from Launchpad or the Python Cheeseshop:
The GNU Mailman documentation is available online at:
Alpha releases of Postorius, our new web ui are available at:
You might also like to take a look at the new archiver project called Hyperkitty:
GNU Mailman, Postorius, and Hyperkitty are all distributed under the GNU General Public License version 3 or later.
Detailed changes in Mailman 3.0b3 are available here:
Here's a summary of the most user and developer visible changes:
its list-id by default instead of its posting address. For backward compatibility, you can still reference a mailing list by its posting address. However the list-id is more stable since it will not change.
changed to a more flat representation.
You can now specify a list style to use when creating a mailing list through the REST API.
subject_prefix attribute of mailing lists can be get/set
through the REST API. Thanks to Terri Oda.
requests) are available through the REST API.
list_idis added to the JSON representation for a mailing list.
Thanks to Jimmy Bergman.
through REST by posting the plain text password and checking the HTTP response code.
Addresses can now be verified and unverified through the REST API.
Some changes have been made to the configuration file format.
legacy-default, and a
legacy-announce style has been added. You can select the system
default style through via the [styles]default configuration.
Changes in the options for the
bin/mailman aliases command.
Lots of other bug fixes.
Enjoy, and Happy New Year, -Barry