[Mailman-Users] But really now. HTDig...
r.barrett at openinfo.co.uk
Sat Aug 23 14:09:08 CEST 2003
On Friday, August 22, 2003, at 11:45 pm, Warren Woodward wrote:
> ...sucks. We all know this. We've all tried fruitlessly to find
> back archives of this very list and failed masterfully. We've
> it on our servers only to field hours of complaints from users who
> it *must* be broken because a search for "Jims recipe" turns up links
> pet photos.
> So the question is, what else is there? Anything? I'm scared to ask,
> because I'm fairly certain that htdig is being pushed for lack of
Why not search the Mailman FAQ. You will probably find
which page offers other options than htdig.
Of course, Mailman being Open Software and you being a clever person,
you are always free to integrate some other, superior search-engine and
contribute your experience to the community.
> Forgive me if I missed a prior conversation on this matter.
Always worth searching the searchable mailman-users archive (see link
at bottom of this email) but as the Mail Archives uses htdig you will
probably judge the results as inadequate.
> I often skim
> over this list's mail on busy days, and I'd try searching the archives
> but..... well. You know.
> Please discuss.
Contribution: we are all welcome to our own opinion, no matter how
irrational it is.
> p.s. I've been asked (at virtual gunpoint) to request that we have
> added to archive menus. Any thoughts on this?
> warren woodward
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