msapiro at value.net
Sun Mar 6 03:31:44 CET 2005
Willie McKemie wrote:
>On Sat, Mar 05, 2005 at 11:51:32AM -0800, Mark Sapiro wrote:
>> >At 8:05 AM -0600 2005-03-04, Willie McKemie wrote:
>> >> Mailman wishlist feature: Enable some sort of "get membership list" via
>> >> an email command. Even if member's addresses are "hidden".
>> >> Alternately, some way to, at least temporarily, "un-hide" all members.
>> >> Alternately, some way to list all members on a single web page.
>> There are some sample scripts available that script the web interface
>> to do these things See
>That's VERY interesting, thanks.
>I am not at all familiar with python. I assume those scripts are to be
>executed on my local system rather than my web host?
>I just installed
>python and messed with the scripts some. I first ran
>mailman-subscribers.py with the three command line parameters. It ran
>a minute or two (or three), but yielded no output.
It works for me.
./mailman-subscribers.py -f www.example.com my_list my_list_pw
What happens if you use -v or --verbose?
>"Well", says I,
>"maybe I need to first 'unhide' all members first".
You shouldn't need to.
>So, I edited
>"unhide.py" and changed what seemed appropriate: listname and URL.
>Changed 'password' and 'listpassword' on the line that begins with
The literal 'password' is not changed. 'listpassword' is replaced with
'the_actual_password' (i.e. it should still be quoted.)
>Ran unhide.py. Quick execution, no errors, no output.
This one is not so useful because it reads a list of members to unhide
from the subscribers.txt local file. If you don't know who the hidden
members are, it won't help you.
Mark Sapiro <msapiro at value.net> The highway is for gamblers,
San Francisco Bay Area, California better use your sense - B. Dylan
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