FWIW, I'd also like very much if anyone could provide a few lines recap of the activity on the ModernArchiving topic under "initiatives and proposals" as I feel my thoughts on searching/archiving tie into the objectives/requirements listed there: http://wiki.list.org/display/DEV/ModernArchiving
More concisely, where I have search capability, my goal of integrating more 'robustly' is I think one that will rely upon a channel of communication being established with the archiving mechanisms, if I understand the mm 2.0 codebase well enough.
It may have been a while since anyone here has spent much time in the version mm 2.0 code, but would love to start discussing/working with anyone who's taking that on in v3.0..anyone?
On Sat, Jun 29, 2013 at 10:12 PM, Chris Cargile firstname.lastname@example.org:
I have observed the mailman development activities for a while but have not chimed in recently.
My initial aim for contributing was to offer input as to the search functionality feature request.
In as much as there is a lot to gain from the continual flow of ideas that I feel are spawned by my watching and considering the list posts, I find at times it is a little arduous of a task to get the fine details I seek on specific matters such as the search features' progress (this is intended to be as much as compliment as anything, I suppose) ...or that I am grateful for a chance to suggest my technique to tackle this 'burden' of organizing.
Whereas, certain resources may lead one to dismissively settle on allowing google site-crawlers to work, this technique doesn't work (I'm glad) for many, and I'm not sure where things stand regarding search for mailman- however, I found Ian Hickshttp://lists.whatwg.org/pipermail/commit-watchers-whatwg.org/' approach (of applying the HT-Dig capabilities to enhance a MM v2.0 instance interesting, but perhaps overkill and/or not quite right) but a good case-in-point for ideas.
I resolved my need for making 'search' on my lists practically achievable but in terms of overall integration into the fabric of mailman code, it is insufficient.
If you want to see my search implementation, check out a prototype from me on my AWS instance< http://ec2-54-224-162-128.compute-1.amazonaws.com/pipermail/mailman/> .
Please share your thoughts here or directly to me ;)
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