[Mailman-Users] What would your dream Mailman web interface look like?
jimpop at gmail.com
Thu Apr 9 14:55:33 CEST 2015
On Wed, Apr 8, 2015 at 9:07 PM, Steven D'Aprano <steve at pearwood.info> wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 08, 2015 at 09:29:23AM -0400, Jim Popovitch wrote:
>> So, you do want to see the HTML content before it is interpreted by
>> your computer? :-)
> As HTML is not executable code, "interpreted" is a misleading word to
> use. But taking it in the loosest possible way, no, of course not. I
> have no desire to see raw HTML content, I want my browser to render it,
> I never said differently.
HTML can load swf and jar files (which themselves are bytecode that
you can't easily interpret with the naked eye.)
>> Look, your JS vs HTML argument is cloudy at best. :-)
> not been able to convince you that there is a large difference between
> rendering a HTML document and executing code.
my!) payloads (all delivered via rich HTML...) but I'm not here to
convince you about the bigger security picture.
> browser, and you should be happy to allow me to disable it by default
> even if you think I'm being silly.
You are misinterpreting my remarks if you think I allow carte blanche
that your obsession with .js apparently has no throttle for anything
rendered via pure HTML (or at least that's what you've indicated in
this thread ... "I want my browser to render it,", etc.)
> All I asked for is that Mailman's web UI should degrade gracefully
I agree 100% with that, but if there is some Mailman admin-side
it in my browser. That said, I'm working on a simple FTS
query results (i.e. "Found 123 results matching 'query xzy'") as well
as continuous pagination (i.e.
search suggestions... so I'm a bit more familiar with working with and
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