[Mailman-Users] Subscriber Counts - daily report
adam-mailman at amyl.org.uk
Fri Jan 7 00:38:21 CET 2011
On Thu, Jan 06, 2011 at 03:11:33PM -0500, Drew Tenenholz wrote:
> In our majordomo (yikes!) system, someone created some PERL and a
> cron to send a daily message to the list admins (and other interested
> parties) about the number of subscribers to individual lists and a
> de-duped total number of subscribers with columns for yesterday's
> total, today's total, difference, %change, and list name. Is anyone
> doing something similar in Mailman/Python? Are you willing to share
> your code?
My cobbled together ones (and some other Mailman bits, I've still not
put all my bin-dirs in one place...) are at
(warning, that's my own box, so waits until others are fixed,
usually; if unavailable, try again a bit later on.)
probably most useful (if, indeed, useful at all) are:
They do the jobs I wrote them for ;)
Each does something slightly different, and there are almost certainly
more elegant ways to do things. Most should just need changes to the
variables to Just Work For You.
"Youth cannot know how age thinks and feels. But old men are guilty if
they forget what it was to be young"
-- Ch37, Order of the Phoenix, JK Rowling
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