[Mailman-Users] Setting sitewide defaults that can't be changed?
spork at bway.net
Sat May 21 02:59:03 CEST 2005
On Thu, 19 May 2005, Matthew Newton wrote:
> You could also use my patch (number 1164457 on sf.net):
> This lets you write something like:
> SITE_HIDE_LIST_OPTIONS = ['owner']
> in mm_cfg.py, and will then completely remove the "owner" option from
> the config pages. This is a list, so you can remove as many options as
> you like.
Thanks for that patch! I was just about to ask for something like that.
Between your patch and the "ADMIN_CATEGORIES" array, I've trimmed out the
stuff that most of our users (announce-only for the most part) don't need.
That leads to the next question... Where are the defaults initially set
from? A few of the things I've hid are things I'd still like to flip a
value on. I know I could do this with "config_list", but I'm wondering if
there is somewhere to twiddle the initial defaults.
> Matthew Newton <mcn4 at le.ac.uk>
> UNIX and e-mail Systems Administrator, Network Support Section,
> Computer Centre, University of Leicester,
> Leicester LE1 7RH, United Kingdom
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