Just do *mailman start*, without the bin.
I have edited the wiki.
On Mon, Mar 3, 2014 at 10:37 PM, Bhargav Golla firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Thanks Barry and Terri for your feedback. I was trying to install Postorius locally and analyze what all would be required in a mobile app for Admin. Doing the same, I have hit a roadblock. I am using the wiki provided here. I tried to install mailman using "set up sources" part of the wiki. Though python setup.py install executes without any errors, I am unable to see the folder bin/ in the same directory. So, even though I proceed with further setup, I am getting a "Mailman REST API not available. Please start mailman core" on my localhost:8000 webpage. Could anyone help me here?
On Sun, Mar 2, 2014 at 1:18 AM, Terri Oda email@example.com wrote:
On 2014-02-28, 7:36 AM, Bhargav Golla wrote:
I have a few questions regarding this idea.
- I intend to develop it on Cordova since it will help in porting the
easily to multiple platforms. Were there any ideas in this directions regarding going native or hybrid?
Personally, I'd prefer if we went hybrid and had an html5 webapp that could be used straight over the web for mobile users who don't want to install an app, with Cordova used to build the individual platform apps.
may not be the mentor on this one, though, so I'm happy to defer to
the final mentor is on this front.
Incidentally, I've been using Intel's XDK for building Cordova apps
and highly recommend it for quick testing on various platforms and screen sizes. I've found it a very useful tool, and not just because I work for Intel now!
- Can I assume that all mailing lists built by Mailman support the REST
interface? Also, I have tried to see if I can get JSON responses and I
unable to by adding a HTTP Accept Header to take "application/json". Am
doing anything wrong or is JSON not implemented?
I don't know the answer to this off the top of my head: Barry?
- As a starter, could I ignore internationalization for GSoC, but
implement interface in such a way as to be able to internationalize it easily?
We don't expect you to actually translate anything, don't worry. :) But you should definitely build as much as possible so that internationalization will be easy: make sure there's a quick way to get a list of strings that need translation, at least. Some of the strings may be already translated in other components of Mailman, so you may be able
get some translations to use to test if you have time at the end of the summer for internationalization.
-- Bhargav Golla M.S Computer Science Github http://www.github.com/bhargavgolla | LinkedINhttp://www.linkedin.com/in/bhargavgolla | Website http://www.bhargavgolla.com/ _______________________________________________ Mailman-Developers mailing list Mailman-Developers@python.org https://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/mailman-developers Mailman FAQ: http://wiki.list.org/x/AgA3 Searchable Archives: http://www.mail-archive.com/mailman-developers%40python.org/ Unsubscribe: https://mail.python.org/mailman/options/mailman-developers/rajeevs1992%40gma...
Security Policy: http://wiki.list.org/x/QIA9