Yes, I'll be installing my translations on Ubuntu Xenial, where /usr/lib/ mailman/templates is a symlink to /etc/mailman.
One more question: On mm_cfg.py I've set my server's language to Catalan (https://posto.esperanto.cat/listejo/listinfo), but I'd like to make its homepage and the email-list list bilingual in Catalan/Esperanto, is that possible? I can't seem to locate the right HTML template though, where is it pulled from?
And a last question: Is there any way to prevent Mailman from base64-encoding all mail? Could I change the charset in the "add_language" lines for both Catalan and Esperanto from "utf-8" to "iso-8859-3"? That charset has got all letters needed for both languages.
El dilluns, 14 de maig de 2018, a les 0:15:21 CEST, Mark Sapiro va escriure:
It seems you are looking at doing this in an installed Mailman package, and this too is OK, but I'm not sure how the package you're using stores its files and you may need more.
I.e., if the other language templates are in /etc/mailman/eo, there may be symlinks to these language directories from somewhere in /usr/lib/mailman or vice-versa and if so, you'll need one for eo as well.
I.e., you need to mirror what the other languages do.
Also, you should have a mailman.po file in the appropriate place. You don't really need it if you haven't translated any strings, but you could start with a copy of https://bazaar.launchpad.net/~mailman-coders/mailman/2.1/view/head:/message s/mailman.pot which might also be included somewhere in your package.
You also need to compile mailman.po to mailman.mo with msgfmt.