[Mailman-Users] Wishlist: Posting to the list from the Web pages
jonc at haht.com
Fri Oct 26 12:38:43 CEST 2001
Hummm, change the archive html so that when you click on an added button on
the page, the message and TO field and SUBJECT field of the message get
posted to a form and the information fed into a standard html Mail-form on
another page (another CGI). Then you edit and add text to your hearts
content, and click on send when you are done.
Go for it!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul Crowley" <paul at cluefactory.org.uk>
To: <mailman-users at python.org>
Sent: Friday, October 26, 2001 5:51 AM
Subject: [Mailman-Users] Wishlist: Posting to the list from the Web pages
> Could it become possible for users authenticated with a cookie to post
> to the mailing list using some sort of Web-based interface, with a CGI
> script generating the actual mail?
> With this done, could Pipermail be enhanced so you can "follow up" a
> message in the archives using a Web-based interface?
> I'm currently participating in a discussion hosted by Boardhost
> (http://www.boardhost.com), but their site is flaky and advertising
> extremely obnoxious. I'd like to move to a proper mailing list, but
> some people have to have an entirely Web-based interface.
> __ Paul Crowley
> \/ o\ sig at paul.cluefactory.org.uk
> /\__/ http://www.cluefactory.org.uk/paul/
> "Conservation of angular momentum makes the world go around" - John Clark
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