Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
Mark Sapiro writes:
For what it's worth, The actual mail list management, i.e. receiving and delivering posts, only involves Mailman core and your > mailman suite config file is only for Postorius and HyperKitty and > doesn't affect Mailman core.
Aaargghh! We should not be doing this to users. If we're going to have a "mailman suite" project, there should be a single file for configuration of *all* installed components, at least for "vanilla" installations. (It's bad enough that in many installations one has to configure the webserver three times, once in a front-end like Apache or nginx, once in a wsgi dispatcher like uWSGI, and once in Django.)
I fell foul of this myself to be honest and it took me a while to get it right in my head. One thing I was wondering is if the name of Mailman-Suite is possibly misleading, especially as there used to be a Mailman-Bundler in the past. Something like Mailman Web Bootstrapper (though that possibly needs refining).