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On 30 March 2014 06:54, Ben Finney email@example.com wrote:
Richard Prosser firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
We have generally-appicable services that index the web and make much better search tools. I don't often find a site's own custom search tool to be sufficiently better to use it, when DuckDuckGo is available.
That said, migrating to Mailman3 + HyperKitty is definitely in the longer term plans for the python.org mailing list infrastructure, and that includes integrated search on the HyperKitty side of things.
While Mailman3 has been an ongoing project for quite some time (I believe the remaining blockers mostly relate to handling migrations of existing Mailman 2 installations), the HyperKitty work is mostly being driven by some Fedora folks in order to upgrade Fedora's own infrastructure. You can see the current state of the prototype here: https://lists.stg.fedoraproject.org/archives/
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