[Mailman-Users] RELEASED: Mailman 3.0 alpha 7
odhiambo at gmail.com
Sat Apr 30 10:15:52 CEST 2011
On Sat, Apr 30, 2011 at 00:31, Barry Warsaw <barry at list.org> wrote:
> I am very happy to announce the release of the seventh alpha for Mailman
> code named "Mission". Here are some of the highlights of a release with
> of new stuff (a more detailed NEWS.txt file excerpt is below).
> * Significant improvements to the subscription model. Users can now
> to mailing lists with either an explicit address or a "preferred" address.
> When a user changes her preferred address, all of her subscriptions
> automatically track this change. All this and more have also all been
> exposed to the REST API.
> * New rules for member and non-member moderation. This effectively ports
> updates Mailman 2's moderation rules to the Mailman 3 framework.
> * Support for SMTP AUTH added.
> * The default password encryption scheme can be defined in the
> file, and all passwords are by default encrypted (using SSHA1).
> * 'bin/mailman status' command added to provide command line status of the
> master queue runner process.
> * 'bin/mailman info' now prints the REST API root url and credentials.
> * Basic Auth support for the REST API was added. (thanks Jimmy Bergman)
> * Python 2.7 is supported.
> I'm really excited about this release because it will provide a great
> for our Google Summer of Code students. If you've been putting off taking
> look at Mailman 3, I encourage you to download it and play with it. My
> is for a final release on 11.11.11 so there will not be too many more
> Now is the best time to influence our design decisions.
> The tarball can be downloaded from Launchpad or the Cheeseshop:
> The full documentation is also online:
Now, on my FreeBSD 8.2 Server, I am eager to try this version out.
I am following the steps.
Ran 134 tests with 0 failures and 0 errors in 0.581 seconds.
Tearing down left over layers:
Tear down zope.testrunner.layer.UnitTests in 0.000 seconds.
Tests with errors:
Total: 134 tests, 0 failures, 3 errors in 0.831 seconds.
building docs for mailman ---> sphinx-build -q -c
Could not import extension sphinxconf (exception: No module named
What might be missing?
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