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On Mon, 31 Mar 2014 13:44:52 -0400 Barry Warsaw firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Discussing specifics of Mailman 3 and archives is off-topic for this list, so I won't post a huge amount of detail. Everyone is welcome to come to the mailman-developers list to further interact with us.
I understand that, but is it actually required for simple feedback as a mere Web user?
My personal favorite combination for drive-by engagements, historical archive access, convenience, and inbox sanity is the NNTP API for Gmane. My primary MUA (claws-mail) is perfectly at home with NNTP and while mailing lists have to explicitly opt-in to Gmane, once they do, it can import the archive.
I also use claws-mail with Gmane NNTP, and I like it. However, it's not really adequate for casual browsing of mailing-lists you don't usually read, or for browsing of private mailing-lists with protected archives, or for giving out hyperlinks to individual mailing-list messages.
About Hyperkitty, I have to say that the following kind of UI, while seemingly "nifty", is IMHO a massive step back from pipermail's ease of use: https://email@example.com...
pipermail's dead simple threaded view is, ironically, the best UI I've ever seen for browsing mailing-lists (Google Groups are a disaster in that regard, and Hyperkitty seems to be heading in the same direction as Google Groups). I would really hate to have to deal with Hyperkitty's current UI on a daily basis.