[Mailman-Users] The last release from the GNU Mailman project (was: Handling Munged From Addresses)

Jim Popovitch jimpop at domainmail.org
Tue Mar 3 09:47:33 EST 2020

On Mon, 2020-03-02 at 17:18 -0800, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> On 3/2/20 1:55 PM, Jim Popovitch via Mailman-Users wrote:
> > There are plenty of people who are still happy with pipermail and some
> > of the other search options (Google, htdig, etc)  What benefit does a
> > REST api provide to church groups, and tech lists like nanog or mailop? 
> It provides a stable, documented management interface so people can
> create their own web UIs to control Mailman 3 in whatever way they want.
> Granted your end user's aren't going to do this, but the people who want
> it can, and more easily than by porting Mailman 2.1 to Python 3.

Can you share with me (us) the number and size, along with the industry
or operations arena, of those people who are creating their own web UI.

I honestly don't believe that there is that much interest for that
outside of a handful of entities (Brian, CPanel, Canonical, and
LinkedIn?).  I feel like if the interest was greater, we'd see more
evidence of that in the Gitlab issue tracker and or on the MM3 lists.  
Convince me that I'm wrong.

-Jim P.

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