[Mailman-Users] Write your own (WAS: How to show name in the subscriber list)
Paul H Byerly
paul at thcwd.com
Wed Jul 23 03:25:05 CEST 2003
John DeCarlo wrote:
>Another alternative is to fiddle with the email "who" command - a script
>I posted earlier. Then by email you can get subscriber's full names.
I you really want it on a web page write the code to do that. The
commands can be run with a cron job and output to a file. If you know some
basic Linux and some basic html you can put just about any Mailman
information onto a web page. I use a lot of virtual includes - a cron job
updates the include file, and that updates the web page.
I've put together a page that shows all the list I administer. I
shows number of members and number of pending messages. It has an alphabet
that links to the member list for that letter, and a link to things like
the add member form, archives, and so on.
<>< Paul, pretty good with html, but a real newbie hack with Linux
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