[Mailman-Users] Approve subscription requests via mail
barry at python.org
Tue Nov 21 18:58:58 CET 2006
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On Nov 21, 2006, at 11:44 AM, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> LuKreme wrote:
>> fact, it can even BE a link to the archive of the message (but
>> please, make that a toggle-able feature).
> Not without drastically altering Mailman's architecture. Delivery and
> archiving are done in parallel and asynchronously by separate runners.
> IncomingRunner drops the message to be archived in the archive queue
> for ArchRunner to process. At this point there is no way to know what
> the archive URL will be, and when the message is archived and the URL
> is known, there is no way for ArchRunner to pass that back to the
> outgoing message which may have already been sent.
Unless you can devise a scheme that allows you to calculate the
archive url given only information you already have, or can derive
from the message. Ultimately, this is what I'd love to have. I've
been doing a few experiments along these lines, and I'll probably
write more about it later (either in mailman-developers or on the wiki).
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