Hello Mailman 3 users and developers!
It's been a long slog but I think we are finally ready to begin the release
process for Mailman 3.1. I am pretty happy about the state of the Core, and
Florian is going to do some more integration testing with HyperKitty and
Postorius. We still have a few issues and a merge proposal or two to address,
but I am planning to spin a beta of Core this weekend to facilitate testing.
Here is the Core's 3.1 milestone page:
If your favorite issue or merge request isn't on that list, please do get in
touch. Otherwise it will be deferred to 3.2. I'm also not entirely promising
I'll get to all of these; I really want to release 3.1 in 2016 so if we run
out of time, it will get deferred.
Here's the project-wide list of 3.1 issues:
and merge requests:
Except that HyperKitty isn't on this list.
Please do test whatever you can and let us know how it goes.
Hello, I would like to contribute to mailman core . Can any one mentor me
by picking some issues in core application which could make me understand
the code structure. and also guide me through understanding the core module.
I made two merge requests to postorius and read the documentation of maiman
along with videos on mailman architecture by barry warshaw.
On 12/06/2016 01:18 PM, Nikhil Rayaprolu wrote:
> Thank you Simon,
> your solution to the previous issue has solved it but unfortunately a
> new error has arisen something like "Filter Error at /hyperkitty/
> /bin/sh: 1: sassc: not found"
> -Nikhil Rayaprolu
When you follow a guide, please read the whole guide. There is a section
included that instructs you to install a sass compiler. Which one you
can install depends on the your OS.
And please don't post pictures. You should include a text-only full
trace. You can use images if you want to highlight some graphic issue...
> On 6 December 2016 at 17:21, Simon Hanna <simon.hanna(a)serve-me.info
> <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
> On 12/06/2016 10:15 AM, Nikhil Rayaprolu wrote:
> > I tried installing hyperkitty ,following the doc
> > https://hyperkitty.readthedocs.io/en/latest/development.html
> <https://hyperkitty.readthedocs.io/en/latest/development.html> .
> but on
> > opening the localhost:8000 on browser.
> > NoReverseMatch at /
On 12/06/2016 11:37 AM, Nikhil Rayaprolu wrote:
> I tried installing the postorius , and on logging in I am facing an error
> "SMTPRecipientsRefused at /accounts/login/"
> what would be causing the problem?
> on reading the docs I found that we should add the settings of postfix in
> mailman.cfg file.but even on adding the settings , problem persist.
> Thank You
> -Nikhil Rayaprolu
You are trying to send actual mail through postfix, and postfix can't
send it because something is wrong about the address. If you are just
trying to get a development setup up and running use the python builtin
smtp server instead.
"sudo python -m smtpd -n -c DebuggingServer localhost:25"
I tried installing the postorius , and on logging in I am facing an error
"SMTPRecipientsRefused at /accounts/login/"
what would be causing the problem?
on reading the docs I found that we should add the settings of postfix in
mailman.cfg file.but even on adding the settings , problem persist.
On 12/02/2016 11:55 PM, Nikhil Rayaprolu wrote:
> Hello I am new to the Mailman community and on my try to contribute for
> Mailman,I started installing all packages . For Hyperkitty I followed
> https://hyperkitty.readthedocs.io/en/latest/development.html . Everything
> went fine without any errors but on accessing the hyperkitty on my browser
> , it shows me an error stating "A server error occurred. Please contact
> the administrator."
> and on the terminal the last 3 lines shows
> line 30, in <module>
> raise MissingDependency("The 'whoosh' backend requires the installation
> of 'Whoosh'. Please refer to the documentation.")
> MissingDependency: The 'whoosh' backend requires the installation of
> 'Whoosh'. Please refer to the documentation.
As it says at
"HyperKitty’s default configuration uses the Whoosh backend, so if you
want to use that you just need to install the Whoosh Python library."
pip install Whoosh
Mark Sapiro <mark(a)msapiro.net> The highway is for gamblers,
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Just a quick warning:
Do not use the online merge conflict resolver of GitLab. It can break
your remote copy of the repository in a way that you can't fix yourself.
And it looks like GitLab staff is not actually helping...
I broke my Postorius remote
I am a sophomore student at Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati. I
would like to contribute to GNU Mailman. I am skilled at Python and C++/C.
I am also working on a college project based on Django and PostgreSQL. It
would be great to be directed to the right direction to start contributing
on the lines of GSoC 2017.