[Bug 1020683] Re: Feature Request: Make regular_*_lists and *_these_nonmembers recursive (and aware of each other).

Mark Sapiro mark at msapiro.net
Thu Jul 5 20:57:47 CEST 2012


"I guess it might be better if I just explained what I really want,
which is the ability to add @listC to the members of listB such that
listA, which has accept_these_nonmembers set to @listB, can be sent to
unmoderated by members of listC."

And wouldn't this be the case if @listC was in listB's
accept_these_nonmembers and @listB was in listA's
accept_these_nonmembers and accept_these_nonmembers were processed
recursively?

As far as allowing members of a regular_include_lists list to post is
concerned, this is already easily accomplished by simply adding the
@LISTNAME to accept_these_nonmembers at the same time as you add the
list posting address to regular_include_lists.

So it still seems to me that you can easily accomplish everything you
ask if *these_nonmembers were processed recursively.

If this is not the case, please give an example of what would not be
configurable in this way.

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Title:
  Feature Request: Make regular_*_lists and *_these_nonmembers recursive
  (and aware of each other).

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