[Mailman-Users] Ending a list..
Freedom_Lover at pobox.com
Sat Mar 1 04:37:50 CET 2003
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Jon Carnes wrote:
> In theory a private list that was deleted could not have its archives
> searched by ordinary mortals, since the actual archive files would be
> stored in the ../private/ area of the archive and Mailman would have no
> lists to authenticate against and thus to allow access via.
That was my guess as well, and that's exactly what happens with MM 2.1.
> The HTML archives could easily be moved over to the ../public/ area of
> Mailman or over to the regular www tree and access could then be
> regulated/logged via an htaccess file.
If I knew some python (and if I actually wanted this feature for more than
just to satisfy a curiosity), I'd be tempted to add an option to rmlist to
dump an .htaccess into the private archive dir for the deleted list and then
let the user know they could move/copy the archives someplace in their web
Then again, if I knew some python I could probably find other cool things to
try and add to Mailman (like a MySQL MemberAdaptor). ;-)
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