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On Oct 11, 2006, at 2:40 AM, email@example.com wrote:
Brad Knowles writes:
At 10:49 AM +0900 10/11/06, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Mailman Developers: Is the web code set up so that so that admins could fairly easily assemble these UI widgets into a page that
suits their usage?
Nope. It's all hard-coded.
Well, at least the hard code is already done! I love it when I get to do the easy part!<wink>
We can't wait to see the code you're going to contribute to do
I wouldn't spend effort on waiting if I were you; I'm thinking in terms of Mailman 3.
I'm definitely interested in improving things here, but I'd like to
try to avoid inventing technology here. There are so many Python web
frameworks and templating systems out there, that there's /got/ to be
at least one that we can adopt. And I'd like to do so in Mailman 2.2
BTW, I've been working with Tokio's recent HTTPRunner and wsgiref
interface. I'm making progress, but I'm realizing that there are
quite a few things that have to be fixed to make that a viable
deployment model. One thing I'm trying to eradicate is absolute urls
for internal Mailman links. I've got the listinfo and admin pages
fixed (mostly), but I probably won't check it in until I have most of
the u/i working again. ;)