[Mailman-Users] public listname case? + system pass?
R.Barrett at ftel.co.uk
Mon Sep 2 10:53:22 CEST 2002
At 02:17 02/09/2002 -0400, Fuzzy wrote:
>On Sun, 1 Sep 2002, Bob Weissman wrote:
> > >* Paul Reilly <pareilly at tcd.ie> [20020901 01:20]: wrote:
> > >> 1) when i create a new list with 'newlist -q mylist paul at paul.com
> > >> it creates the list fine, but it always changes the case of the
> > >> listname to uppercase. ie "mylist" becomes "Mylist".
> > Edit Mailman/MailList.py, changing the lines
> > self.real_name = '%s%s' % (string.upper(self._internal_name),
> > self._internal_name[1:])
> > to
> > self.real_name = self._internal_name
> > - Bob
>would this do the same for mm 2.1b3?
>--- Mailman/MailList.py.orig Mon Sep 2 01:42:15 2002
>+++ Mailman/MailList.py Mon Sep 2 02:14:47 2002
>@@ -297,8 +297,7 @@
> self.bounce_matching_headers = \
> self.anonymous_list = mm_cfg.DEFAULT_ANONYMOUS_LIST
>- internalname = self.internal_name()
>- self.real_name = internalname.upper() + internalname[1:]
>+ self.real_name = self.internal_name()
> self.description = ''
> self.info = ''
> self.welcome_msg = ''
>fuzzy @ asarian.org - ASCII ribbon campaign ( )
> - against HTML, vCards and X
> - proprietary attachments in e-mail / \
A simpler way is to just change the first (real_name) and fourth (MM 2.0.x)
or sixth (MM 2.1b3) (subject_prefix) fields on the web admin GUI General
Options page for the list.
Bear in mind that case in not significant in an email address and the
various MM directories/URLs associated with a list all use the list name
normalized to lower case.
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