[Mailman-Users] better way to search archives?
dank at alumni.caltech.edu
Sun Apr 16 17:53:32 CEST 2000
Found it, thanks.
That message had several base64 attachments.
I decoded the attachments by hand using "mmdecode -u"
and have posted them at http://www.kegel.com/wilma/
to save others the trouble.
p.s. Say, is it too much to ask that the mailman archives
provide a search engine? Maybe something like this needs
to be integrated into the mailman distribution...
Todd Pfaff wrote:
> search the mailman-users list archives for info about mhonarc, glimpse and
> wilma. i posted a recent message about this.
> On Sat, 15 Apr 2000, Dan Kegel wrote:
> > Hi,
> > we're using Pipermail to archive our lists, and are
> > searching them using htdig. Unfortunately, htdig
> > has to index the html output by Pipermail, so its
> > 'page summary' shows all sorts of boilerplate.
> > In fact, the summaries are almost completely taken up by
> > boilerplate generated by Pipermail, so they're quite
> > useless for judging which hit is the best.
> > Worse yet, if you're searching for a word that appears
> > in the boilerplate (e.g. 'index' or 'thread'), you're
> > really out of luck.
> > Is there a combined search engine / list archiver that
> > can get around these problems?
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