[Mailman-Users] Re: Moderator ability to manager users
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Sat Mar 26 09:26:17 CET 2005
>From: Brad Knowles <brad at stop.mail-abuse.org>
>Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] Moderator ability to manager users
>To: "Peter McCarroll" <peter at mccarroll.org>
>Cc: mailman-users at python.org
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>At 9:25 AM -0800 2005-03-24, Peter McCarroll wrote:
>> I have a number of Mailman lists on my server. I want to retain control
>> of the list configuration settings centrally (and not give out the
>> administrator password to others), but allow each list "owner" to moderate
>> and manage the subscriptions.
> Mailman doesn't work that way. Moderators can approve, reject,
>or discard postings that have been held for them to look at, but
>that's about it. If you want to do anything more, you need to be an
> Unfortunately, I'm not aware of any alternatives to give you more
>fine-grained control over who can do what.
Actually I was going to ask about the same thing. Would be great if
there were a way to give 'line item control' to list owners based on
their 'track record' of credibility (brains?) over time. Some guys
probably just won't have a clue why they shouldn't change certain
things. MM is very well set up but there is so much stuff to learn
that just the volume made the learning curve daunting at first.
Limited access that 'grows' would keep that more sane for some
newbie list owners as well as the poor slob who has to fix the
stuff they mess up.
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