I'd like to suggest the following additions to the TODO list. As I'm also willing to actually IMPLEMENT them, I'd also like some discussion on it as well. I'll probably start with some smaller tasks just so I can start understanding how mailman thinks.
Virtual domain handling It would be nice to have the ability for the CGIs to list only active mailing lists on the host you connected to. Ditto for adding new lists (especially if a web-based interface is available for doing so). I run the mailing lists for a local LUG, and it would be nice if they didn't see other mailing lists on our same server as if they were the LUG mailing lists.
QMail/Sendmail Sub-address Matching QMail lets a user manage firstname.lastname@example.org names. I frequently use these to allow me to easily split out mailing lists. However, closed mailing lists don't like it if I submit from "email@example.com" when I'm subscribed as "firstname.lastname@example.org". Sendmail does something similar, except it uses a '+'. It would be nice to have the membership checking recognise this.
Overall, mailman is *REALLY* sweet. I was considering loading Majordomo just because it's so wide-spread, but any modifications I'd want to do, or fixes, would have to be done in Perl. Not if I can help it, please. :-)
Somone was mentioning Majordomo 2 would have all this great stuff that it looks like Mailman already has. I'm glad I couldn't *FIND* the Majordomo 2 beta in the end.
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