[Mailman-Users] bug error when subscribing through webafterMailman 2.1.12 upgrade
adamsca at gmail.com
Thu Jul 23 18:37:01 CEST 2009
Yes, you are correct. I realized that I was referring to the wrong fix
after sending my message. I certainly didn't want to insinuate that
you gave me bad information.
That aside, the question still stands. Why are these fixes needed to
force the templates to display as it seems they should be default?
What about a list adminstrator who doesn't have full run of the system
to make these fixes? An administrator who does have full run would
have to know some python and understand the way Mailman works on the
backend. I guess that is the hope for an adminstrator, isn't it?
On Thu, Jul 23, 2009 at 7:39 AM, Mark Sapiro<mark at msapiro.net> wrote:
> Christopher Adams wrote:
>>The modification to MailList.py is something that you suggested awhile
>>back and I had carried it through as Mailman was upgraded. Here is the
>>thread from 2005.
>>This time, it didn't seem to work and broke it.The problem was the
>>email sent to new list owners had the list address, but didn't
>>complete the actual address. Instead, it results in this:
>>Send list messages to:
>>What is the actual solutilon to the template being populated with the
>>actual list address. This seems like something that would be assumed
>>to exist in an out of the box installation.
> The problem with the modification is my fault. I said to add
> listinfo_url = self.getScriptUrl('listinfo', absolute=1)
> but this is wrong. It needs to be
> listinfo_url = self.GetScriptURL('listinfo', absolute=1)
> However, this has nothing to do with the mail sent to the owner of a
> new list. This particular modification was to add a definition of
> 'listinfo_url' to the substitutions in the verify.txt template for the
> confirmation message sent to someone subscribing when the policy
> includes 'confirm'. The same modification is also required when the
> verify.txt template is used for an address change confirmation.
> Adding %(emailaddr)s to the newlist.txt template requires a different
> modification to MailList.py.
> Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net> The highway is for gamblers,
> San Francisco Bay Area, California better use your sense - B. Dylan
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